Political commentator Jack Graham has suggested Donald Trump's visit to Mexico could be part of a plan to make him appear more moderate in the eyes of voters.
Trump will be visiting Mexico for a short meeting with President Enrique Pena Nieto, a few hours before the Republican presidential candidate details his plans to combat illegal immigration in a speech.
During his election campaign Trump has condemned Mexican migrants and vowed to create a wall between the two countries.
Graham, a journalist for Cap X, said: "Maybe it's some perfect plan going along the tightrope, showing moderate people he's not as right-wing as he seems."
However, Graham added that Trump has already created a lasting impression with the public.
"He's U-turned on so many issues and [supporters] still believe quite strongly Mexico would pay for the wall, even though [President Nieto] said there's no way it would happen."
The journalist also suggested Trump may face a hostile reception in Mexico in light of his recent comments, noting that just a few months ago President Nieto "described Trump's rhetoric as being somewhat like Mussolini or Hitler."
Listen to the full interview to find out more