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Rebecca Blackwell / AP

Both the Mexican and U.S. governments released statements about the talk between Trump and President Nieto. While both releases generally said the same thing, Mexico's version included one extra takeaway:

"Los Presidentes también convinieron por ahora ya no hablar públicamente de este controversial tema."

Translation: The Presidents also agreed not to talk publicly about the controversial issue for now.

Can Trump refrain from boasting about making Mexico pay for the wall?

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Supporters of former President Donald Trump who thought he was about to stop the inauguration, seize power and crush his enemies were left blinking in the sunlight Wednesday as President Joe Biden took the oath of office.

Why it matters: It's an inflection point for anyone who realizes they've been strung along by QAnon and related strands of pro-Trump magical thinking. They could either retreat from conspiracy theories or tumble deeper down the rabbit hole.

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U.S. Capitol and stage are lit at sunrise ahead of the inauguration of Joe Biden. Photo: Patrick Semansky - Pool/Getty Images

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