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Hillary Clinton rejects invitation to visit Mexico Peña Nieto

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, today rejected the invitation of Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto in Mexico for talks on bilateral relations and agreed that other Republican candidate for the White House, Donald Trump.

With information of EFE.

In an interview on ABC, journalist David Muir asked former Secretary of State if he planned to accept the invitation of the President of Mexico and travel to the Latin American country before the presidential elections, scheduled for November 8.

"No," replied Clinton, who said he plans to focus on policies to create jobs in US and what must be done "to ensure that Americans have the best possible opportunities in the future."

Trump rival Clinton met last Wednesday in Mexico with Peña Nieto and hours after a speech in Arizona (USA) where he took up the hard line against immigration aupó him in the Republican primary and insisted a wall that will boost paid by the Mexican government and deport all undocumented immigrants.

In Mexico City, at a joint press conference, Trump said he had "great respect" for the "Mexican-American" while Peña Nieto did see the Republican who was "misrepresentations or statements that had unfortunately injured and affected Mexican ".

In its toughest response so far, Clinton considered "unfortunate" Trump's trip to Mexico and accused his rival of having created a "diplomatic incident".

"He could not communicate effectively with a head of state. And I think the result of that trip is very clear, "Clinton, who referred to the differences between the Mexican president and Trump mogul on the proposal for the Government of Mexico to pay for the added border wall.

While Trump said that the meeting did not discuss who would pay the border barrier, Peña Nieto has stated on several occasions that during his private meeting with Trump was "emphatic in pointing out that Mexico in no way pay wall" as he said in an interview in Televisa.

"He came out saying one thing and the Mexican president contradicted almost immediately," stressed Clinton.

Former Secretary of State last met with Peña Nieto in Mexico in 2014.

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