Friday, May 29, 2020

Right now I hardly have anything to eat, I practically live daily: Vicente Fox

Fox mentioned to CNN that all the money he has raised for lecturing went to his foundations. Former President Vicente Fox indicated that he currently lives up to date and has difficulties getting food, adding that he put all his money into the foundations he has together with Marta Sahagún. When asked by CNN about whether he left the Mexican Presidency “two or three times richer than he came,” Fox replied that he has earned what he has thanks to his work and supported by the inheritance that his father left him. and his brothers. “Right now I hardly have anything to eat. I have not stolen a penny from anyone. I have made my wealth with work (…) There is no wealth or hidden money here and anyone who looks for it will not find it. I live practically a day, “said the former president in an interview with CNN en Español. Fox stressed that the money he has obtained for the conferences he gives went to his foundations, which have been closed momentarily by COVID-19, but stressed that the payroll continues to be paid to all employees, who work remotely.

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