The morning after Donald Trump accepted the Republican presidential nomination, President Barack Obama on Friday opened the White House to Mexico's president, who has blamed the GOP candidate for damaging relations with the U.S. with his rhetoric about Mexicans bringing drugs and crime to America and being rapists.
President Enrique Pena Nieto's visit comes less than a month after he and Obama met in Canada during a summit of North America's leaders. Obama's meetings with visiting foreign leaders are usually announced weeks in advance, but Pena Nieto's visit was announced just last week.
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