Jorge Ramos, Univision's high-profile anchor famous for his confrontations with GOP nominee Donald Trump, said Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto was "weak" for not rebuking Trump at their joint press conference Wednesday for past insults flung at the Mexican people and his controversial proposal to have the country pay for the construction of a wall along the southern border.

"What a weak and shy response by Mexican president @epn. Trump leaves without giving an apology & won't change at all his immigration plan," the Mexican-American journalist tweeted after the two spoke to members of the media following a private meeting in Mexico City.

Pena Nieto and Trump met Wednesday to discuss immigration and trade issues. At a press conference afterwards, the Mexican president avoided criticism of the candidate, choosing instead to say to Trump: "We may not agree on several issues, but your presence here, Mr. Trump, shows we have a fundamental coincidence — our countries need each other."

Trump then told reporters that he and Pena Nieto "didn't discuss payment of the wall" during their meeting. Though he didn't refute the claim at the press conference, the Mexican president later tweeted that he did tell Trump during their meeting that Mexico has no intention on paying for the wall.

Still, Ramos viewed the late clarification by the Mexican president as a sign that he "was not ready for Trump."

"Pena Nieto was not ready for Trump. Couldn't get an apology or any change on immigration and Trump still wants Mexico to pay for the wall," Ramos tweeted.

Earlier in the day, Ramos express his distaste for both men, saying their meeting is between "[two] of the most despised and hated people by millions of Mexicans on both sides of the border."