I had the pleasure of being aware every morning, very early, on the Twitter account of the then President of the United States, Donald Trump, to see how terrible it was that he would post that day.
His favorite time was morning and among his recurring topics were his relationship with Mexico, applying tariffs as well as moving forward with building his wall. Also, wait for his letters to see who took advantage of him. Not to mention his bilateral encounters with other world leaders, expecting some rudeness from the Republican towards his interlocutors.
But that is over, the United States no longer has a strong president, who likes to be in the media all the time, draws attention and marks a disastrous government agenda from his words.
Today the United States has a boring president who rules and delivers.
Joe Biden is not thrilled, and no one knows his tweets. But he has managed to get his administration to administer two million doses of SARS-CoV-2 vaccines every day and to have a guarantee that before the summer, there will be at least one dose available to every American.
His speeches are asleep, but today he will be able to pass his population subsidies package, which includes a trillion and 900 million dollars, through the House of Representatives.
When that legislative step is finally fulfilled, in a few hours, we can expect Joe Biden to appear in front of the cameras and in a muffled voice, he will boast that he has achieved what he promised less than two months ago as the presumed authority.
The American advantage would be in having a president who governs who does not devote himself only to personal development with endless verbosity, without tangible results.
And this is about to happen in the United States. It should be the best economic aid plan that Mexico can have, in the absence of a strategy on the part of our government, because of our dependence on our neighbors. To the north and because of the sheer size of the stimulus package and the vaccination program.
Mexico, then, is about to receive the best economic news yet on the pandemic so far in the fourth quarter. Mass vaccination, plus the billions of dollars that American consumers spend, will significantly improve the prospects for a US economic recovery.
Thus, the sleeping Biden, whom the Mexican government turned its back on in the US presidential campaign, will become the engine of recovery for the Mexican economy. Much of what Americans will consume will be made in Mexico, and many of the tourist destinations that people who have vaccinated from that country will visit are also in Mexico.
But they also say that on that aspect, there is no free lunch. Pressure from the Biden government to get Mexico to comply with its commercial, environmental and contractual obligations in energy matters would be extremely subtle and the potential tensions between the two administrations would not be boring. we will see.
Biden, who the Mexican government turned its back on in the US presidential campaign, will become the engine of recovery for the Mexican economy. Much of what Americans will consume will be made in Mexico and many of the tourist destinations that people who have vaccinated from that country will visit are also in Mexico.
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The Great Depression
Bachelor of Science in Communication from the National Autonomous University of Mexico, with a major in Finance from the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico and a Master in Journalism from the University of Anahuaq.
He devoted his career to various media. He is currently a columnist for El Economista and host of newscasts on Televisa. He is the owner of the news space at 2:00 pm on Foro TV.
He specializes in economics and finance with more than 25 years of experience as a commentator and host in radio and television. He was part of companies like Radio Programs de México, where he was involved in VIP Business Radio. He was also part of the management and talent team at Radio Fórmula.