Mexican president’s security questioned

MEXICO CITY (AP) — An intruder burst into Mexican President AndrÈs Manuel Lopez Obrador’s daily morning news conference Monday, approached him and spoke with the leader for a while before an aide accompanied the man into a back office to listen to his complaint. It is not the first time that Lopez Obrador’s casual attitude toward his personal security has raised concern. Lopez Obrador dissolved Mexico’s 8,000-strong presidential guard unit, travels by road or commercial flights, and over the weekend endured a round of catcalls as he was leaving his seat in the economy section of a flight.


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