Mexico’s president owns no cars or real estate, but his wife does

Q: Mexico’s new president said last week that he he owns no real estate, vehicles or personal property, but he added that his family’s cars and home are in his wife’s name. Mexican politicians often transfer their wealth to family members. Where is Mexico?

Circle the area on this map

Q: Under a new anti-corruption system, Mexico’s federal, state and local officials will soon be required to submit detailed disclosures about their income and assets, as well as those of their families. What Nordic nation makes all of its taxpayers’ records public on what has been called “National Jealousy Day”?

A. Britain

B. Canada

C. Finland

D. Russia

Q: Much of the U.S. government shut down after President Donald Trump demanded billions of dollars to build a wall along the nation’s border with Mexico. Which U.S. state has the longest border with Mexico?

A. Arizona

B. California

C. New Mexico

D. Texas

Q: Mexico lost a third of its territory to the United States in the Texas Revolution and Mexican-American War. Which one of these western states was NEVER part of Mexico?

A. Colorado

B. Idaho

C. Nevada

D. Utah

Q: In his campaign for a wall with Mexico, President Trump has threatened to “shut down” the border with the United States’ third-largest trading partner. What is the top U.S. trade partner?

A. China

B. Canada

C. Germany

D. Japan

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