Mexico's foreign minister mounted a robust defense of her nation's economic importance to the United States on Monday and condemned anti-migrant rhetoric and a "climate of intolerance" in its neighbor -- a thinly-veiled critique of Donald Trump.
Without naming the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Mexican Foreign Minister Claudia Ruiz Massieu rebutted many of his arguments in a detailed explanation of how integration of the U.S. and Mexican economies has benefited both nations.
Trump has raised hackles in Mexico with a string of proposals, including threats to build a border wall to keep out migrants, blocking remittances . . .