Newswire: A Trump presidency may also threaten your Mexican beers

If you were thinking you could just ride out a Donald Trump presidency at your local watering hole, we have some news that could kill your buzz—if you’re drawn to Mexican brews, anyway. The Chicago Tribune reports that shares in Constellation Brands, parent company to Modelo and Corona, dropped after the GOP candidate won the presidential election on Tuesday. The Tribune notes there was a 7.6 percent decline following the country’s selection of the GOP candidate, who, if you’ll recall, powered his campaign in part with a special biodiesel fuel comprising racism and hatred. (Somewhere, Myron Ebell‘s scoffing.)

But at an investor gathering on Wednesday, Constellation CEO Rob Sands didn’t attribute the drop to Trump’s ascension. Sands remains cautiously optimistic about the Mexico-based company’s future, telling the Trib: “It’s way too early to understand how (Trump’s) positions on Mexican …

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