In terms of timing:
Mr. Trump is expected to land in Mexico City around 3 p.m. local time (one hour behind Eastern time). He will travel, with hisSecret Service detail to the presidential palace in two helicopters to avoid the frequent gridlock on the capital’s highways. (As a result, Mr. Trump will avoid roadside protestors of his visit.)
• The meeting between Mr. Trump and Mr. Peña Nieto will start by 4 p.m. local time and last for approximately 50 minutes. The Mexican president, who will be joined by his foreign minister is expected to speak English at the meeting
• Mr. Trump will focus on the positive at the meeting, seeing it as the start of a dialogue about shared economic interests and security interests. Mr. Rubin said he believed Mr. Trump would only briefly mention his intention to build a wall on the U.S-Mexico border and get Mexico to pay for its construction — a deeply offensive proposal to many Mexicans.
• Mr. Trump will depart Mexico City by 5:30 p.m. local time (6:30 p.m. Eastern) en route to Phoenix to deliver his immigration speech.
Well, Trump will make the evening news, if anyone still watches that.