NPR foreign correspondent Carrie Kahn is based in Mexico City where she reports on Mexico, Central America, and Latin America. Before NPR, she worked at KQED as an editor and then a general assignment reporter. Today, she joins us in the studio to talk about the latest news out of Mexico, which includes President Trump's proposed border wall, rising anti-American rhetoric, immigration policy and other topics.
From Border Walls to Trade Deals: NPR's Carrie Kahn on Mexico
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Carrie Kahn poses for a portrait. (Photo: Doby Photography/NPR)
Carrie Kahn, international correspondent covering Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean, NPR