Following Donald Trump's visit to Mexico, Hillary Clinton told ABC News that she won't be traveling to Mexico any time before the Nov. 8 election. 

Last month, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto invited both candidates to his country. Last Wednesday, Trump flew to Mexico City, ​which left Bill Clinton "dumbfounded."

Perhaps hoping to avoid a similar snafu, the Clinton campaign confirmed that she wouldn't be taking Pena Nieto up on his offer.

In her ABC News interview, Hillary Clinton said that "a pretty clear outcome" from Trump's "diplomatic incident" in Mexico was that he "didn't know how to even communicate effectively with a head of state." 

At first, Trump claimed that his proposed border wall never came up in the meeting, but Pena Nieto made it clear to Trump that it wasn't going to happen—a fact that the Trump campaign no longer tried to deny:

In response to Clinton's rejection of the invitation, Mexican Foreign Minister Claudia Ruiz Massieu tweeted that she had "permanent and productive communication" with the Clinton campaign. She added, "We understand and respect her decision to propose the time to hold a meeting."

No word yet on whether Clinton will be enjoying one of those taco trucks on every corner before the election though.