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Número: 3216
Fecha: México, D. F. a 1 de septiembre de 2016

To English speakers: below you will find information in English published by American and Canadian press.
 

Bandera de México   MEDIOS NACIONALES / ESTATALES - MÉXICO / MEDIA IN MÉXICO

TRUMP ES UNA AMENAZA PARA MÉXICO, AFIRMA EL PRESIDENTE PEÑA NIETO / EL SOL DE MÉXICO
“Donald Trump es una amenaza para México”, sentenció Enrique Peña Nieto. Lo dijo en una entrevista de televisión horas después de que se reuniera con el abanderado republicano en la residencia oficial de Los Pinos y en consonancia a la reiteración que ha hecho en su mensaje en Phoenix, Arizona, donde ratificó que de llegar a la Casa Blanca los mexicanos pagarán el muro que pretende construir en la frontera.
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INSISTE TRUMP EN DEPORTAR A MILLONES / EL DIARIO DE JUÁREZ
Ante una audiencia de electores republicanos en su mayoría blancos, en este estado fronterizo caracterizado por la posición antiinmigrante de sus gobernantes, Donald Trump detalló su política migratoria. A diferencia de la posición mesurada que mostró durante su encuentro, horas antes, con el presidente de México, Enrique Peña Nieto, en Los Pinos, el candidato presidencial republicano retomó la postura inflexible que ha marcado su campaña.
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GOLPEAN PIÑATAS EN LOS ÁNGELES EN PROTESTA CONTRA TRUMP / EL SOL DE MÉXICO
Arrastrando piñatas con forma de Donald Trump, decenas de inmigrantes, sus hijos y activistas protestaron hoy en Los Ángeles (EU) contra el candidato republicano y sus estrategias para ganar el voto hispano. “Nosotros no creemos que Trump ha cambiado de actitud antiinmigrante, antilatina y racista, solo está tratando de ganar el voto hispano que necesita con urgencia” dijo a Efe Jorge Mario Cabrera, vocero de la Coalición por los Derechos Humanos de los Inmigrantes de Los Ángeles (CHIRLA, por sus siglas en inglés).
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ESTE ES EL PROYECTO DE TRUMP SOBRE INMIGRACIÓN / EXCELSIOR
Donald Trump cambió su discurso de deportar a toda la población que vive en Estados Unidos sin permiso de residencia, aunque mantuvo su tono agresivo contra la inmigración irregular y sigue decidido a construir un muro en la frontera con México. El candidato republicano a la presidencia de Estados Unidos prometió que si alcanza la presidencia expulsará a millones de personas que viven en el país sin permiso de residencia, afirmando que no hacerlo pondría en peligro "el bienestar del pueblo estadunidense".
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VEN ‘ERROR HISTÓRICO’ EN VISITA DE TRUMP / EL DIARIO DE JUÁREZ
El presidente mexicano Enrique Peña Nieto recibió ayer en Los Pinos al candidato republicano a la presidencia de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, quien ha arremetido contra los migrantes y tachado a los mexicanos de violadores y criminales desde que arrancó su campaña electoral. La visita del magnate, que obedeció a una invitación de Peña, generó la indignación de los mexicanos. Tanto políticos e intelectuales como de usuarios de redes sociales, calificaron el encuentro como un “error histórico”.
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Bandera de Estados Unidos de América  MEDIOS EN ESTADOS UNIDOS / MEDIA IN USA

MEXICAN PRESIDENT LIKELY HURT BY “ILL-ADVISED” MEETING WITH DONALD TRUMP / DENVER POST
President Enrique Pena Nieto’s meeting with Mexico’s most-disliked man is turning into a public relations disaster for a leader already struggling with historically low popularity ratings. Not only did Pena Nieto not demand that Donald Trump apologize for calling Mexican migrants rapists and criminals, but he stood silently by in their joint press conference while the Republican candidate repeated his promise to build a border wall between the countries.
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JORGE RAMOS BLASTS MEXICAN PRESIDENT FOR DONALD TRUMP MEETING: ‘HE IS THE LOSER’ / SAN ANOTNIO EXPRESS - NEWS
Univision and Fusion anchor Jorge Ramos blasted Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto for the way he handled Donald Trump during their meeting in Mexico, saying Trump “won” the meeting while Mexico’s leader “is the loser.” “Would-be U.S. president Donald Trump and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto are two of the most despised and hated politicians by Mexicans on both sides of the border,” Ramos wrote in an op-ed for the Washington Post published on Thursday.
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TRUMP VISIT BACKFIRES ON MEXICAN LEADER WITH BATTERED IMAGE / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
While President Enrique Pena Nieto may have sought to help Mexicans living in the U.S. by welcoming presidential candidate Donald Trump into his mansion on Wednesday, reaction following the summit seems to indicate he wasn't too focused on how it would play at home. Commentators, politicians and ordinary citizens took to TV and social media to criticize Pena Nieto, with some lawmakers holding up anti-Trump banners on the Senate floor.
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TRUMP RETREATS FROM VOW TO DEPORT ALL LIVING IN US ILLEGALLY / JILL COLVIN AND STEVE PEOPLES / THE WASHINGTON POST
Donald Trump is retreating from his vow to deport the nation’s entire population of people living in the country illegally, even as he sticks with an aggressive tone on illegal immigration and remains committed to building a physical wall along the U.S. border with Mexico. (...) Trump said in a highly anticipated speech, which took place mere hours after his surprise meeting with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto in his first trip abroad as the GOP nominee.
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TRUMP Y PEÑA NIETO SE CONTRADICEN SOBRE EL TEMA DEL PAGO DEL MURO FRONTERIZO EN MÉXICO, PERO NO FRENTE A FRENTE / PILAR MARRERO / LA RAZA
La visita del candidato republicano Donald Trump a México y su reunión con el presidente mexicano Enrique Peña Nieto, presentó al excéntrico y controvertido magnate como una figura más cercana a un estadista tradicional, dándole una pátina más “presidencial” a los ojos de votantes moderados en los Estados Unidos.
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AFTER SUBDUED TRIP TO MEXICO, TRUMP TALKS TOUGH ON IMMIGRATION IN PHOENIX / WASHINGTON POST
Donald Trump, who has made maligning illegal immigrants from Mexico a cornerstone of his presidential campaign, met with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on Wednesday — striking a remarkably subdued and cooperative tone as he faced a world leader who forcefully opposes his signature proposals. Yet just hours later in a major speech on immigration in Phoenix,
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TRUMP ENCOGE LA LENGUA Y ECHA FLORES A LOS MEXICOAMERICANOS / GARDENIA MENDOZA / LA OPINIÓN
Donald Trump estaba de frente a las cámaras pero miraba al piso mientras una traductora bajita, morena y vestida con un traje azul traducía el mensaje del presidente Enrique Peña durante el inédito encuentro con el candidato republicano a la presidencia de estados unidos en la residencia oficial de los pinos. “los mexicanos en estados unidos son gente honesta y trabajadora, son personas de bien, que respetan a la familia,
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LOS PUNTOS MÁS IMPORTANTES DEL DISCURSO DE DONALD TRUMP SOBRE INMIGRACIÓN / PILAR MARRERO / LA RAZA
La (presunta) evolución de Donald Trump en el tema migratorio -un asunto central en su campaña- continuó este miércoles tras su visita a México y su esperado discurso en Arizona, zona cero de las medidas antiinmigrantes que marcaron la política estadounidense en los últimos años. Aún antes del discurso mismo, considerado el momento en el que Trump “aclararía” sus planes para la frontera,
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TRUMP'S FIERY IMMIGRATION SPEECH CLARIFIES CHOICE FOR ANGRY WHITES AND WARY HISPANICS / TODD J. GILLMAN AND KATIE LESLIE / DALLAS NEWS MORNING
After waffling for weeks on immigration, signaling that he might moderate and recalibrate with an eye toward broadening his appeal, Donald Trump ended the uncertainty. There will be no "pivot," no softening and no amnesty. There will be mass deportations. There is no going back. Trump's fiery speech Wednesday night left no wiggle room. Trump has doubled down on appeal to the anxious white right.
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TRUMP'S SPEECH WAS ALL KINDS OF WRONG, BUT IT GOT THE JOB DONE / ERIC ZORN / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Donald Trump’s immigration policy speech Wednesday night in Phoenix was inflammatory, misleading and, I suspect, fairly effective. Rather than focus attention on the difficult and controversial issue of what to do about the millions of undocumented immigrants within our borders now living orderly, productive lives — working, paying taxes, rearing children who are U.S. citizens by dint of being born here — the GOP presidential nominee trained fire on the small percentage of undocumented who commit violent or other serious crimes.
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8 ADVOCATES FOR IMMIGRANTS' RIGHTS ARRESTED AT TRUMP TOWER / THE NEW YORK TIMES
The New York police department says eight protesters advocating for immigrants' rights have been arrested for blocking the entrance of trump tower. The nypd says some of them had chained themselves to the front of the building Wednesday. The protesters wore t-shirts marking their affiliation with an immigrant-rights group called cosecha. The group's website says it is fighting for permanent protection, dignity and respect for immigrants in the country illegally. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump lives in trump tower and runs his campaign there.
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DONALD TRUMP GAMBLES ON IMMIGRATION BUT SENDS CONFLICTING SIGNALS / PATRICK HEALY / THE NEW YORK TIMES
Donald j. Trump made an audacious attempt on Wednesday to remake his image on the divisive issue of immigration, shelving his plan to deport 11 million undocumented people and arguing that a trump administration and Mexico would secure the border together. in a spirited bid for undecided American voters to see him anew, mr. trump swept into Mexico City to make overtures to a nation he has repeatedly denigrated, Full text

LEGISLADORES APLAUDEN EL POSIBLE CIERRE DE CENTROS DE DETENCIÓN DE INMIGRANTES / EL NUEVO HERALD
Un grupo de legisladores demócratas de la Cámara de Representantes aplaudió el miércoles la decisión del gobierno de evaluar el cierre de los centros de detención para inmigrantes indocumentados gestionados por empresas privadas. No obstante, en un comunicado conjunto, los legisladores expresaron su “grave preocupación” por el uso que hace el Ejecutivo de los centros de detención para retener a familias y posibles solicitantes de asilo,
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Bandera de Canadá    MEDIOS EN CANADÁ / MEDIA IN CANADA

OTTAWA OFFERS TRADE-IN FOR REFUGEE SPONSORS CAUGHT IN DELAYS / NICHOLAS KEUNG / TORONTO STAR
To sooth public discontent among sponsorship groups over the long wait in receiving their Syrian refugee families, Ottawa has offered the opportunity for them to trade in for ones that are travel-ready. “We understand that the delays have been disappointing for some private sponsors and regret the challenges that we know this caused for many,” said a recent letter from the immigration department to community groups trying to sponsor refugees on the blended visa office-referred (BVOR) list or blended cases who have been caught up in delays.
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MEXICANS SLAM THEIR PRESIDENT FOR DECISION TO MEET WITH TRUMP / MARK STEVENSON AND MARIA VERZA / TORONTO STAR
President Enrique Pena Nieto awoke to a storm of criticism from Mexicans over his decision to meet Wednesday with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who is widely reviled in Mexico for referring to its migrants as rapists and criminals. Blogger Diego Garcia stood with a handful of protesters at Mexico City’s Independence Monument, wearing a green professional wrestler’s mask and holding aloft a sign reading “Stop Trump’s Insults.”
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POLISH DIRECTOR SKOLIMOWSKI APPEALS FOR MORE FILMS ON IMMIGRANTS / THE NEW YORK TIMES
Veteran Polish director Jerzy Skolimowski on Wednesday pleaded for more films to made about migrants, saying immigration was one of the world's biggest problems.Speaking at the Venice film festival where he was awarded the Golden Lion for lifetime achievement, Skolimowski said migrants deserved to be looked at in a "sympathetic way".
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