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Associated Press by By MARIA VERZA and CHRISTOPHER

Hours after the United States elected Donald Trump to be its next president, Mexico began carefully laying the groundwork for a relationship with a new leader who campaigned against its citizens and threatened to wreak havoc with its economy.

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During a town hall tonight with Fox News' Sean Hannity, the Republican nominee was asked about Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto's recently saying he would meet with the next U.S. president, regardless of who it is.

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Ollie Gillman For reports At least a dozen illegal immigrants have been smuggled to the U.S. border, including an Afghan with terrorist ties who made it into Arizona before he was caught. Brazilian smugglers helped men travel to South A

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Donald Trump has already forced Mexico to clean up its national image, underscoring how the country suffering from NAFTA could actually benefit from a Trump presidency.

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A hero marine who hunts down Mexican drug bosses humiliates the narcos he catches by dressing them in women's underwear and forcing them to kiss one another.

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Mexican Finance Minister Luis Videgaray called … proposal to force the country to pay for a wall along the U.S. border, or face economic consequences if it doesn't, a kind of diplomatic harassment that's doomed to fail …

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The U.S. - Mexican border is like a 2,000-mile roller coaster that weaves through deserts, mountains and rivers. It crosses four states, 45 cities and dips deep into washes only to rise 10,000 feet in the Coronado National Forest.