Immigration was candidate Trump’s signature issue and he likes to give out grades. On this, in my opinion, he’s getting an F.
Is the relationship between the United States and Mexico on shaky ground? This year, President Trump threatened to impose tariffs on Mexican imports if the country didn’t stop the flow of migrants from Central America. And, just this week, Mexican officials called a fatal shooting at an El Paso department store that killed eight Mexican nationals an “act of terrorism." Will the issues at the border lead to more tension between the two countries, or can they find compromise? Jorge Guajardo, former Mexican ambassador to China, joins Julián Aguilar, a reporter who covers border affairs for The Texas Tribune, and Jeh Johnson, former US secretary of homeland security for a discussion about what’s at stake. Mary Louise Kelly, co-host of NPR’s “All Things Considered,” moderates the conversation. The views and opinions of the podcast guests are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of the Aspen Institute.
Jeh JohnsonPartner, Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP; Former Secretar...
Julián AguilarReporter, The Texas Tribune
Jorge GuajardoSenior Director, McLarty Associates; Former Mexican Ambassador to the...
Mary Louise KellyCo-Host, "All Things Considered," NPR; Contributing Editor, The Atlant...