Worldview: Thursday, March 3, 2016

Mexico Border
A family looks towards metal bars marking the United States border where it meets the Pacific Ocean Wednesday, March 2, 2016, in Tijuana, Mexico. Former Mexican President Vicente Fox on Wednesday stood by his comparison of Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler, saying the Republican presidential front-runner “believes in the white supremacy.” Fox is calling on Americans to “wake up” from “this Republican nightmare.” He made the remarks Wednesday in an interview taped for Fox News Channel’s “Hannity.” Trump has angered many Mexicans for his campaign rhetoric denigrating some immigrants as "rapists" who bring crime and drugs to the United States, and his promise to build a wall along the entire US-Mexico border. Gregory Bull / AP Photo
Mexico Border
A family looks towards metal bars marking the United States border where it meets the Pacific Ocean Wednesday, March 2, 2016, in Tijuana, Mexico. Former Mexican President Vicente Fox on Wednesday stood by his comparison of Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler, saying the Republican presidential front-runner “believes in the white supremacy.” Fox is calling on Americans to “wake up” from “this Republican nightmare.” He made the remarks Wednesday in an interview taped for Fox News Channel’s “Hannity.” Trump has angered many Mexicans for his campaign rhetoric denigrating some immigrants as "rapists" who bring crime and drugs to the United States, and his promise to build a wall along the entire US-Mexico border. Gregory Bull / AP Photo

Worldview: Thursday, March 3, 2016

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