“You know what’s worse? That Biden doesn’t have a son-in-law,” Brozo laughs to Carlos Loret, as they both walk in Washington DC, after chatting extensively about the elections in the United States and the possible scenarios that are expected for the night. Tuesday, November 3.
Thus ends the most recent Latinus video with both characters, in a clear reference to the son-in-law of the president of the United States, Jared Kushner, and his close relationship with the former Mexican foreign minister in the time of Enrique Peña Nieto, Luis Videgaray.
Asked for his opinion on who will win the election, Brozo declines, because “lest the Interior Ministry, Olga Sánchez Cordero, is watching the video, who received the governor of Michoacán, Silvano Aureoles, for issuing a video calling to vote for Joe Biden.
Both reflect on what a victory for President Donald Trump implies. “We will see a recharged Trump,” says Loret.
On the other hand, in the scenario of a defeat of the current president, Biden could, they say, make Mexico and President López Obrador feel the cold, because they say, “AMLO voted for Trump.”
It will not be very open, but it will squeeze us, they say.