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November 30, 2012

Joe Biden is bound for Mexico

The vice president heads to Mexico later today for Saturday's inauguration of Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto.

He'll attend a dinner tonight hosted by outgoing president Felipe Calderón and will meet with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos on Saturday, ahead of Pena Nieto's inauguration.

The incoming president was at the White House this week, where Obama joked that Biden's presence at the ceremony signals that Mexico is a top country on the U.S. priority list.


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