The Mexican government can protest all it wants.
When President Donald Trump promised that there would be a secure border built between the United States and Mexico, he meant it.
Mexico will pay for the wall now or by tariffs put upon them when they try to export their goods into the United States.
In contrast with the fenced planned and in the process of being built,
The Great Wall of China is 5,500.3 miles in length.
Most of the U.S. Mexico wall will not require actual building as the natural environment, mountains make them unnecessary.
President Trump’s wall also plans to use a great deal of electronic or cyber monitoring.
Is there any reader here, willing to bet against President Trump building the wall to increase the sovereignty of America, thereby protecting the U.S. Constitution and the American people?
No one from another country has a right to immigrate to the United States unless they have been properly vetted.
President Trump asked for six months to get the U.S. vetting system working as it was entirely neglect by the previous administration.
A fact the hysterics in the U.S. media chooses not to mention.
In 2015, a Mexican contractor, and a close friend of Mexican President Enrique Peña, moved roughly $100 million into accounts outside the country amid a corruption probe, according to details posted online by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). (Source)
The documents describing the transactions — which Business Insider has not seen — were part of a massive trove of financial documents revealing the offshore holdings of public officials, businesspeople, and other celebrities.
Historically Mexico’s government has always been corrupt. (Source)
Senior envoys of President Donald Trump are likely to receive a chilly reception in Mexico on Wednesday after the United States issued new immigration guidelines that deeply angered the southern neighbor the day before bilateral talks.
Trump’s administration on Tuesday unveiled plans to consider almost all illegal immigrants subject to deportation and will seek to send many of them to Mexico if they entered the United States from there, regardless of their nationality.
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U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly are due to arrive in Mexico on Wednesday afternoon for talks on security and immigration.
He said the issue would dominate the talks, taking place on Wednesday and Thursday.
“I want to say clearly and emphatically that the government of Mexico and the Mexican people do not have to accept provisions that one government unilaterally wants to impose on the other,” he told reporters at the foreign ministry.
“We will not accept it, because there’s no reason why we should, and because it is not in the interests of Mexico.”
Another senior Mexican official, Roberto Campa, who heads the human rights department of the interior ministry, said Videgaray was referring to the plan to deport non-Mexicans to Mexico, calling it “hostile” and “unacceptable.”
The Department of Homeland Security guidance to immigration agents is part of a broader border security and immigration enforcement plan in executive orders that Republican Trump signed on Jan. 25.