Mexico’s President Won’t Congratulate Biden Until Legal Challenges Over

Mexico’s president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador said he will not congratulate Joe Biden on his “election win” until President Trump’s legal challenges are over.

The Guardian: 

Mexico’s president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, said on Saturday he would not congratulate a winner of the US presidential election until legal challenges are concluded, in an apparent bid to avoid friction with Washington during the transition.

Democrat Joe Biden won the election on Saturday after a victory in the battleground state of Pennsylvania put him over the threshold of 270 electoral college votes.

Mexico is the United States’ top trade partner, with over $600bn of annual two-way commerce, and the bilateral relationship with its northern neighbour is by far the most important for Mexico.

“With regard to the US election, we are going to wait until all the legal matters have been resolved,” López Obrador, commonly known as Amlo, said at a news conference.

“I can’t congratulate one candidate or the other. I want to wait until the electoral process is over.”

President Trump took to Twitter to show that he has no plans of conceding the election right now.

Fox News is reporting that if President Trump’s legal battles don’t succeed then he will “graciously concede”.

The Mainstream Media has once again exposed itself. They don’t care about the truth. They know that there are outstanding legal cases and still a lot of questions but they simply don’t care.

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