President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is excited about his upcoming book “Thank you!” and took the opportunity to promote it. He recounted the time when businessman Carlos Slim was approached to be a presidential candidate by the opposition in 2018.
During a morning speech on Tuesday, President López Obrador talked about the “rinsing” that took place during the 2017 presidential campaigns. He faced opposition from PAN member Ricardo Anaya and PRI member José Antonio Meade. López Obrador recalled that as part of the opposition’s strategy to confront him, they invited Carlos Slim to be a candidate for the presidency with the goal of having Anaya and Meade decline in his favor.
President López Obrador revealed that Carlos Slim declined the invitation, stating that he was dedicated to other things and did not accept the proposal. This sheds light on the opposition’s efforts to find a candidate who could challenge López Obrador in the 2018 elections.
This revelation comes as President López Obrador prepares to release his new book. He shared this anecdote as a preview of the content in his upcoming book. The book is expected to provide further insights into the political landscape and the strategies employed by the opposition during the 2018 elections.
President López Obrador’s book “Thank you!” is set to offer a unique perspective on the events leading up to the 2018 elections. It will provide readers with a deeper understanding of the political dynamics and the challenges faced by López Obrador during his presidential campaign.
As President López Obrador continues to promote his book, the public eagerly awaits the release of “Thank you!” to gain valuable insights into the political landscape of Mexico. The book is expected to offer a comprehensive account of the events that unfolded during the 2018 elections, shedding light on the strategies employed by the opposition and the challenges faced by López Obrador. Stay tuned for more updates on the release of “Thank you!” by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
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