AMLO's morning conference was a windstorm of pronouncements, puns, and presidential sass. Today's agenda was as eclectic, featuring everything from building airports with the military (because who needs construction companies when you have buff dudes in fatigues?) to taking potshots at former presidents (Zedillo, brace yourself, those questions stung like habaneros).
AMLO's Infrastructure: Turns out, the man loves a good public works project. He boasted about saving billions on the Felipe Ángeles Airport (built by the military, natch), bragged about military engineers whipping up banks and hospitals like nobody's business, and even threw shade at the Mexico City International Airport for being, well, old and fancy. Basically, if it has concrete and a ribbon-cutting ceremony, AMLO's there, shovel in hand, ready to declare it a national treasure.