Melania trump's image in Mexico isn't going over well on magazine stands. In the February issue of Mexico's Vanity Fair, President Donald Trump's wife is featured on the front, just one day after the country's leader nixed a meeting with the U.S. president scheduled for next week.

Bad judgement on magazine cover?

According to ABC News, the magazine cover featuring Melania Trump isn't a new photo since it first appeared on GQ magazine last April during the presidential race. Conde Nast is the parent company of Vanity Fair Mexico and GQ, which is why the image was recycled.

The photo of Melania was shot by Douglas Friedman and the cover informs readers that the accompanying article will reveal how the former model handles life with her husband as president and that she could be the next Jacqueline Kennedy.

Mexican President cancels meeting with President Trump

President Trump has touted all along that the U.S./Mexican border wall will be paid for by Mexico. His insistence on the campaign promise has prompted Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto to cancel his meeting with Trump.

He announced the cancellation in Trump's classic way -- via Twitter.

"This morning we informed the White House I will not attend the business meeting scheduled for next Tuesday with @POTUS," Nieto wrote.

In a meeting with GOP members in Philadelphia on Thursday, President Trump said that unless Mexico is willing to "treat the United States fairly," such a meeting would be "fruitless." He continued that the U.S.

will "have to go a different route."

The comments have ignited concern that U.S.-Mexican relations could result in a trade war, which would increase prices on goods North America gets from Mexico. The U.S. and Mexico have been on friendly terms and depend heavily on each other for exported and imported products.

Will the magazine cover of Melania Trump on Mexico's Vanity Fair mean low sales for the February issue?

Hard to know if the numbers will be shared by the magazine, but President Trump ripped the magazine for being in "big trouble" after it published an article that entailed a bad review of Trump Grill in Manhattan.