Biden Meets Mexican President at APEC to Address Migration and Combat Fentanyl Trafficking
President Joe Biden and the President of Mexico held a bilateral meeting today on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in San Francisco. The leaders discussed various issues, including historic migration and efforts to combat fentanyl trafficking.
Addressing reporters after the meeting, President Biden highlighted the ongoing collaboration between the United States and Mexico in tackling shared challenges. The Biden administration has faced increasing scrutiny from both Democrats and Republicans over its handling of immigration issues, particularly at the U.S. . .