After six Mexican nationals were killed in El Paso by a gunman authorities believe is the author of a racist and anti-immigrant manifesto, Mexico on Sunday said it is planning to take legal action against the United States for failing to protect its citizens.
"He helped create what we saw in El Paso."
Valdez, who lives in El Paso but has family in Juarez, says some Mexicans are thinking twice about crossing the border to shop.
Describing the shooting an act of terrorism against Mexicans in the USA, he said his government will look into whether there is enough evidence to have the gunman extradited to face charges in Mexico. Mexico's attorney general, according to him, was considering taking possible legal action to extradite the suspected shooter, who surrendered to the police.
With its story, Excelsior published a photo of a banner carried by people in the USA protesting against the El Paso massacre, which read, "This was caused by racism". They took public buses to Juarez, crossed the border illegally into El Paso on July 4and surrendered to the U.S. Border Patrol.
The Mexican government may want to try the case in Mexico. The U.S. -Mexico relationship was only further strained after he took office and vowed to build a border wall and slap tariffs on Mexican imports.
"Despite the sorrow, we are not going to allow ourselves [Mexico] to be used in the [US] electoral process", the Mexican leader, who is known by the initials of his full name, AMLO, said.
It's worth noting that Mexico does not have the death penalty, and Mexico's extradition treaty with the U.S.
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Mexican media commentators did not flinch from identifying the USA leader as a propagator of anti-migrant, and anti-Mexican, feelings.
As is usually the case, the migrants didn't attempt to evade USA immigration authorities, but sought them out.
A man went on a shooting spree at an El Paso shopping centre on 3 August, gunning down 20 people and injuring 26.
After a one-day detention, Ivania and her family were returned to Mexico to await a court hearing in El Paso on their asylum case under the Trump administration's so-called Remain in Mexico policy.
Press comment compiled by BBC Monitoring Miami.
Two victims of Saturday's shooting in El Paso died Monday morning at a Texas hospital, raising the number of fatalities in the massacre to 22, police said.
Mexico is also suffering a wave of homicides but she said many of those were different because they were tied to gang violence.
"For Mexico, this individual is a terrorist", Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said at a news conference, urging the United States to deliver a clear and forceful position against hate crimes.