What we’re watching: Pence, Conway react to NYT op-ed on Sunday shows

The fallout from last week’s anonymous New York Times op-ed continued Sunday with administration officials and lawmakers taking to the morning news shows to offer their reactions. The big picture: Among loyal members of the Trump administration, the message was clear: The author of the op-ed is a coward who could pose a threat to…

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Mexicans Say They Will Vote for Change on Sunday

MEXICO CITY—Andrés Manuel López Obrador, a former mayor of this sprawling capital city and the heavy favorite to win Mexico’s presidential election on Sunday, has traveled the country for the last 15 years preaching one consistent message: Mexico has been looted by its ruling class and he is the only politician serious about stopping it.…

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Two States of Mexico Reveal the Split Driving Sunday’s Presidential Election

MEXICO CITY—The favorite in Sunday’s presidential election here is Andrés Manuel López Obrador, a two-time presidential runner-up who is targeting government corruption and, if victorious, would be the first left-wing nationalist to lead Mexico in decades. As in the U.S. election of President Donald Trump, many voters see Mr. López Obrador’s candidacy as an alternative…

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Deutsche Bank Will Review CEO’s Future at Meeting Sunday

Deutsche Bank AG plans to clarify Chief Executive Officer John Cryan’s future Sunday as Chairman Paul Achleitner faces pressure from some key shareholders to change leadership. The lender’s supervisory board is convening in the evening to discuss Cryan’s position and a decision is planned for the same day, Frankfurt-based Deutsche Bank said in a statement…

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