President Enrique Pena Nieto declared three days of national mourning and pledged to rebuild shattered towns and villages.
Mexico’s ruling party weighs changes to internal rules that could open the door to outsider candidates untainted by scandal for 2018 presidential election.
Trump’s threats to build a wall between Mexico and the US has caused much anger and fear, prompting Mexicans to support unpopular leader Enrique Pena Nieto.
A survey polled 1,000 permanent residents of Mexico and yielded Pena Nieto’s lowest approval rating since he took office in December 2012.
Luis Videgaray, the finance minister, was replaced by Jose Antonio Meade after Trump’s damaging visit last week.
Enrique Pena Nieto rebuked Trump as a threat to his country just hours after painting a positive picture of talks the two held to try to defuse tensions over the US presidential hopeful’s anti-Mexican campaign rhetoric.
Polls in Veracruz show the ruling party in a very tight race with Cuitlahuac Garcia, the candidate of the new leftist party and a joint ticket by the main centre-right and centre-left opposition parties.