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Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump's expected meeting with President Enrique Pena Nieto in Mexico on Wednesday, is expected to generate headlines on both sides of the border, following his vilification of Mexico as the main source of illegal immigration and drug smuggling to the United States. Zach Goelman reports.

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