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[*] posted on 2-26-2017 at 08:50 AM


The question originally related to relationship issues between USA citizens and Mexicans in Mexico (Baja).

Trump, The Great Uniter, seems to be a conversation topic that creates significant friction even amongst US folks...and it might appear that their own relationships are at risk of conflict....bringing out value differences previously flying somewhat under the radar.

My observations while in Baja over past several months is that Mexicans seem more willing to discuss the issues than Americans in some settings....and am hearing often enough that they (USA citizens) are reluctant to discuss the important political/social issues surrounding the new "presidency" out of fear of the potential conflict.

So, "Americans" may be more at risk of conflict ("danger") with each other than with Mexican nationals.

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