President of Mexico Assures Donald Trump Guzman Will Not Be Going To The US To Take Away American Jobs

President of Mexico Enrique Peña Nieto messaging Donald Trump over Guzman
President of Mexico Enrique Peña Nieto messaging Donald Trump over Guzman. Image from eldeforma.com

(VATICAN ENQUIRER) Mexico City – The president of Mexico Enrique Peña Nieto sent United States presidential candidate Donald Trump a short message for him to stay calm and to know that he has nothing to worry about now that “Chapo” Guzman has is free.

Peña said he tried to call the American tycoon to tell him about Guzman, but was not unable to locate him, so he chose to send the message via the social media WhatsApp.

In the message, the Mexican president was emphatic with what Trump has been put through because of his comments and for his commitment to the safety of Americans, and assuring him that Chapo has no papers to enter the United States.

Peña told Trump that Chapo will not be going to the U.S. to take away jobs from Americans, pretty sure he has more important things to do, and that he left behind his U.S. passport, found in his jail cell.

The president told the future president of the United States that he is sure to come to some mutual agreement in case Chapo does go after him for insulting Mexicans.

Reportering by Leopoldo Pisanello in Mexico City

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