Feb 23, 2021
What Mexicos former President Vicente Fox has to say about bust of El Chapos wife
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The arrest of El Chapo’s wife is fueling a feud between Mexico’s current president and one of his predecessors.
Former President Vicente Fox tweeted out a jab at the country’s current jefe, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, over Monday’s US drug bust of Emma Coronel Aispuro, the spouse of narcotics kingpin Joaquin “El Chapo’’ Guzman.
“Don’t worry Emma, the president will come to the rescue !! The US detains Emma Coronel, wife of ‘El Chapo,’ for drug trafficking,” Fox wrote.
Fox was apparently referring to the fact that the lefty Lopez previously pressured the Trump administration to release former Mexico Defense Secretary Salvador Cienfuegos, who was busted in the US in October on drug charges, back south of the border before trial.
Mexican prosecutors in Lopez’s administration then officially cleared Cienfuegos of the raps last month, sparking widespread criticism.Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador at the National Palace in Mexico City on Feb. 23, 2021. REUTERS/Luis Cortes
Just after Lopez took office in January 2019, Fox also ripped the self-proclaimed man-of-the-people for boasting that he owns no property. Records show everything is in Lopez’s wife’s and kids’ names.
“Only his grandmother could believe this. Wake up, Mexico!!!” Fox tweeted at the time.
The pair’s bad blood goes back at least to 2004, when Lopez, then mayor of Mexico City, routinely publicly took on then-President Fox.Filed under Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador , drugs , el chapo , mexico , twitter , vicente fox , 2/23/21
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PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Sore head, Emma? The Crown star Corrin opts for a very low-key look in hoodie and shades as she picks up a coffee after winning Best Actress at the Golden Globes
She won Best Actress in a Drama Series at the Golden Globes on Sunday evening.
And, on Monday, Emma Corrin, 25, opted for a very low-key look in a hoodie and a pair of shades as she stepped out to pick up a coffee and some snacks, in North London.
In stark contrast to her glamorous award-ceremony attire, the Crown star cut casual figure for her outing, keeping her hood up and her head down.
PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: On Monday, Emma Corrin , 25, opted for a very low-key look in a hoodie and a pair of shades as she stepped out to pick up a coffee and some snacks, in North London
Beneath her light grey outer layer, the Grantchester actress wore a sage coloured silk blouse.
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Going make-up free while popping to the shops, her eyes were shielded with black-out shades while her blonde tresses could be seen poking out beneath her hood.
Keeping it real: In stark contrast to her glamorous award-ceremony attire, the Crown star cut casual figure for her outing, keeping her hood up and her head down
Royal role: The Crown's Emma Corrin paid tribute to Princess Diana after winning the Best Actress in a Drama Series at the 2021 Golden Globes, on Sunday evening
Mishmash: Emma strolled along in navy trousers as she pounded the pavement in a black pair of brogues, with her grey socks pulled up high
Sore head? The Golden Globe winner ensured her sunglasses remained in place
Time to refuel! Emma opted for what looked to be a toastie to go with her coffee
Emma paid tribute to Princess Diana on Sunday evening, after winning the Best Actress in a TV Drama Series at the 2021 Golden Globes.
The British star plays the late Royal in the fourth series of the Netflix drama, in a role which has won her widespread critical acclaim.
An emotional Emma said Diana - who died after a car crash in Paris in 1997 - had taught her 'compassion and empathy beyond measure' as she accepted the award, on a night dominated by The Crown.
In a hurry? Emma appeared anxious to collect her coffee as she rushed along the pavement with the sleeves of her hoodie pulled down over her hands
Superstar: Although Emma stepped out without wearing make-up, and largely covered up, she was instantly recognisable
Low-key: The actress appeared keen to remain incognito during her outing
Emma appeared virtually at the ceremony and was left almost speechless when her name was announced, as costar Olivia Coleman cheered her on.
The star first thanked her 'incredible cast' and her 'Prince Charming' Josh O'Connor, saying: 'I could not have done this without you,' before praising Princess Diana.
'Most of all, thank you so much to Diana,' Emma said, with her eyes raised to the sky.
'You have taught me compassion and empathy beyond any measure that I could ever imagine,' she added, 'and on behalf of everyone who remembers you so fondly and passionately, thank you.'
Walking it off: Emma maintained a sombre expression throughout her walk
Coffee and carbs? Emma appeared to have opted for coffee and carbs
Breathe it all in: Emma took in some fresh air as she walked through North London to pick up her supplies
Chronicled: The British star plays the late Royal in the fourth series of the Netflix drama, in a role which has won her widespread critical acclaim (Diana is pictured in 1997)
Emma beat costar Olivia Colman, Killing Eve's Jodie Comer, Ozark's Laura Linney and Ratched's Sarah Paulson in the best actress in a TV drama category.
After Emma's name was announced, Olivia was cheering for her and stood up to give her a round of applause.
Brits dominated the night as The Crown came away with multiple awards during the night, including Best Actor in a TV Series which went to Josh O'Connor, 30, who plays Prince Charles to Emma's Lady Di.
As the night progressed, The Crown - which chronicles the life of Queen Elizabeth II from the 1940s to modern times - swept the board as it also picked up Best Drama Series. The show won the same accolade in 2017.
Big night! Emma appeared virtually at the Golden Globes ceremony and was left almost speechless when her name was announced
A star is born: Emma beat costar Olivia Colman, Killing Eve's Jodie Comer, Ozark's Laura Linney and Ratched's Sarah Paulson in the best actress in a TV drama category
Winning duo: Season four of The Crown follows the beginning of Prince Charles' relationship with Princess Diana (above with fellow Golden Globe winner Josh O'Connor as Prince Charles)
Following that, Gillian Anderson, who portrays former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in the drama, scooped Best Supporting Actress in a Television Series.
Season four of The Crown follows the beginning of Prince Charles' relationship with Princess Diana.
Emma later opened up to Extra's Rachel Lindsay about her reaction to Prince Harry's recent interview with James Corden, where he revealed he watches the show.
Prince Harry showed his loyalty to Netflix, with whom he has a multi-million pound contract, and defended The Crown, despite the show facing widespread criticism over its 'twisted' depiction of the Royal Family.
He's a viewer: An emotional Emma also revealed she felt 'moved' by Prince Harry 's revelation that he watches The Crown during his recent appearance on James Corden 's The Late Late Show (pictured together above)
Delving into it: Emma later opened up to Extra's Rachel Lindsay about her reaction to Prince Harry's recent interview with James Corden, where he revealed he watches the show
Overnight success: Emma has been thrust into the limelight following her casting as Princess Diana in The Crown
Speaking with James Corden, the Duke of Sussex, 36, gave his seal of approval to the Netflix show, which portrays his father Prince Charles as callous and self-serving and his grandmother the Queen as cold.
The fourth series of The Crown which premiered last November, showed Charles meeting and marrying an innocent Diana while maintaining his affair with the then-married Camilla Parker-Bowles.
Scenes showing Diana gorging on food before vomiting into a toilet are so graphic that they carry on-screen warnings.