Trump is back to bashing Mexico on the border and soon promising action

Trump is back to bashing Mexico on the border claiming it will NOT stop immigrants from other countries coming to the US and promising action & # 39; coming soon & # 39;

  • Trump renewed his immigration threat Tuesday for no apparent reason
  • Mexico threatened and quickly promised action in response to an unspecified issue
  • & # 39; I am very disappointed that Mexico is doing virtually nothing to stop illegal immigrants & # 39 ;, he said in tweets
  • Could respond to Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's request to pay the US the cost of aid to Central American countries
  • He suggested that the US invested in economic development in the countries to prevent migrants from coming

President Trump renewed an attack on Mexico on Tuesday and claimed that the nation sharing a border with the US is doing virtually nothing to prevent & # 39; that illegal immigrants enter the US.

He claimed that Mexico believes that migrants should have the right to flow to the US and that US taxpayers should be responsible for the huge costs involved. the costs of having them in the country.

It was not immediately clear what Trump meant in tweets that said: & I am very disappointed that Mexico is doing virtually nothing to prevent illegal immigrants from coming to our southern border, where everyone knows that our immigration legislation because of the Democrats is totally flawed & broken.

President Trump renewed an attack on Mexico on Tuesday and claimed that the nation sharing a border with the US is doing virtually nothing to prevent & # 39; that illegal immigrants enter the US.

President Trump renewed an attack on Mexico on Tuesday and claimed that the nation sharing a border with the US is doing virtually nothing to prevent & # 39; that illegal immigrants enter the US.

President Trump renewed an attack on Mexico on Tuesday and claimed that the nation sharing a border with the US is doing virtually nothing to prevent & # 39; that illegal immigrants enter the US.

& # 39; Mexico & # 39; s attitude is that people from other countries, including Mexico, should have the right to flow to the US and that US taxpayers should be responsible for the huge costs associated with this illegal migration. Mexico is wrong and I will respond soon! & # 39;

Trump insisted on Monday for a demonstration that the country is full and cannot accept illegal immigrants. He did not explain how he intends to accommodate legal immigrants, refugees and children born in America, if that is the case.

& # 39; Our country is full. We don't want people to come here. Our country is full. We want Mexico to stop. We want them all to stop. Our country is full of gills. We don't want them to come up, & he fought.

The American president has been claiming for years that Mexico will pay its barrier along the southern border. The people have steadfastly refused.

Trump insisted on Monday for a demonstration that the country is full and cannot accept illegal immigrants. He did not explain how he intends to accommodate legal immigrants, refugees and children born in America, if that is the case

Trump insisted on Monday for a demonstration that the country is full and cannot accept illegal immigrants. He did not explain how he intends to accommodate legal immigrants, refugees and children born in America, if that is the case

Trump insisted on Monday for a demonstration that the country is full and cannot accept illegal immigrants. He did not explain how he intends to accommodate legal immigrants, refugees and children born in America, if that is the case

Now the country's new leader, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, wants the US to pay the costs of assistance to countries in Central America where most of the migrants come from.

The request came after a US Commission recommends a substantial investment in security spending and anti-corruption efforts that Obrador suggests the US should pay.

& # 39; It goes to the root of the problem, & # 39; said Obrador. & # 39; People migrate due to lack of jobs or violence. & # 39;

It bears a $ 10 billion price tag, suggesting Mexico to put the US into economic development to discourage migrants from leaving their homeland instead of spending more on security.

Trump has threatened to reduce Central America's aid altogether, but has not been successful in ending it completely. The congress gets the federal expenditure of greenlight, and cuts to the budget of the State Department have been rejected.

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