U.S. President Barack Obama leaves Thursday for Mexico and Costa Rica, on a trip to strengthen trade ties and discuss U.S. immigration reform, security threats and drug wars.
On the three-day trip, Obama will meet with the new Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and Central American leaders at a summit in Costa Rica.
Obama said Tuesday his trip to Mexico will focus on economics to see how the two countries can deepen their economic ties.
“A lot of the focus is going to be on …
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