On a visit to Mexico, first lady Michelle Obama said today that in despite recent drug-related violence along the U.S. border, Mexico is still a safe country for Americans to travel with their families and said she hopes to bring her daughters south of the border for a visit.
“Our embassies are not discouraging American visitors. I think that they are encouraging them to be aware and to be smart as they travel,” she said in an interview with ABC News today. “I think that’s good advice anywhere in the world, you have to be smart, conscientious, particularly young people who are taking their spring breaks and their minds are elsewhere.”
“I would encourage any American to spend time here,” she said.