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So what does it mean in terms of us mexico relations a very hard to predict because we don't know what the american president is going to tweet from one moment to the next negotiations regarding noth to have been very difficult for mexico because the trump administration says something one day and says another the next day so mexico is probably going to have to lie low and tried to obeyed the blows that donald trump will deal to us as a result of his own political imperatives despite that what i do foresee happening is that the relationship will continue because there is a north american identity there are massive trade flows cultural interactions families that depend on each other and i think that will continue to be the case despite this very difficult moment in which mexico when the us seemed to be heading back to a time when we were what ellen writing called distant neighbors what just happened in mexico was much more than just the election for president there's a new congress there's new governors there's mayors local representatives what's the big takeaway from beyond the presidency now he has a much bigger platform much more power his party is going to have a majority in congress and it's going to be the majoritarian party in the senate as well so he will be able to wield the executive and the legislative branch in whatever direction he wants and we're not clear what that direction is if we're going to see the fiery proto populist that denounced institutions back in two thousand and six and took to the streets and has pointed a finger at the privileged elites of mexico saying he's going to take them on or if we're going to see a pragmatist revisited mexico is an emerging market that's part of a globalized world globalized economy and it's no longer the provincial self enclosed country that it was thirty years ago and i'm no sometimes seems to have a nostalgia for that pastoral past he doesn't seem to have a vision of technological changes of what millennials want he doesn't speak the language of globalization he's taken advantage of the backlash against it among certain sectors in mexico so what lies ahead in truth is terra incognita we don't know what sort of president he's going to be denise dresser thank you so much for joining us on the usa thank you very much for the invitation denise dresser is a political analyst brighter and professor based in mexico city this was produced by the yet and edited by marlin bishop the let usa team includes nearly must yes so fear police car maggie freeling jealousy mocha and syracuse widow with help from fin on the chari are engineers are genie montalvo and stephanie lebow our production manager isn't that fee that halts are fellows