President Trump stated on Thursday that he was providing Mexico with a "one-year warning" to stop the flow of migration and drugs to the United States, or he would set the tariffs for cars that were there and closed the southern border.
We will give them an annual warning, and if the medicine does not stop or stop, we are going to set tariffs for Mexico and products, including cars, "he told journalists at the White House. "And if it does not stop the drugs, we will close the border." "powerful" immigration laws and that such a threat would be a "powerful incentive" for it to function.
The warning is a step back from the threat he issued last week when he threatened to close the border this week if Mexico were not Mexico. terminated "all illegal immigration" to the United States
On Tuesday, his position was mourned when he told reporters that Mexico had taken further steps to stop migrants traveling to the United States, while White House officials said that the closure of the border was
"Thus, Mexico, as yesterday, made a big difference. You will see this ̵
Trump also faced an opposition from members of his own party, including Sen. John Cornin (R-Texas), who warned that border closure would have "unforeseen consequences."
he was fully committed to his threat, but added a one-year delay, as well as an additional threat to set car prices.
"You know that I will do it, I do not play games"
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Tramp's remarks came when the administration fights to gain control over the escalation of the crisis on the south the border. in March more than 100,000 border guards were detained
Trump declared a national emergency on the border in February after the Congress provided only a fraction of the $ 5.6 billion that he was seeking to finance the wall at the border. This step, against which there were Democrats, as well as some Republicans, allows the administration to receive an additional $ 3 billion of additional funds for the construction of the wall.
Since then, Trump has blown both the Congress and Mexico for not doing enough to stop the crisis. at the border, when the number of migrants continues to increase.
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"If we do not make an agreement with the Congress … or if Mexico does not do what they should be doing … then we are going to close the border, it's will it be, or we are about to close large areas of the border, maybe not all, "he said on Tuesday.
Visit Calexico, California, on the day he will visit the recently completed part of the bar at the border and will also attend a roundtable with local law enforcement agencies.