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How Trump Pays for the Wall

How Trump Pays for the Wall

Head of Mexico's Senate Foreign Relations Committee Gabriela Cuevas said on Tuesday that Mexico should not cooperate with the United States on the migration issue in the absence of equality in relations between the two countries.

Tillerson and Kelly are scheduled to meet with Videgaray, Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto and other officials and ministers Wednesday night and Thursday.

The directives give Homeland Security the authority to expedite deportation of undocumented immigrants in the country less than two years.

But some advocates and officials in Mexico - where President Trump's immigration policies have always been unpopular - already are saying they're not prepared to take those migrants back.

One of the new implementation memos, signed by Kelly, calls on Customs and Border Protection to "immediately begin planning, design, construction and maintenance of a wall" and tasks the under secretary for management in the Department of Homeland Security with identifying all available resources to pay for it.

A no go. The official states clearly, Mexico will not pay for a wall. In recent years numerous tens of thousands of people attempting to cross the USA southern border each month have been from Central America.

Because, according to Reuters, Mexico is pissed.

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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrives in Mexico. Then again, these discussion may be moot anyway, since it doesn't look like the Trump administration has made much progress in actually constructing the thing.

"The idea of building a wall. frames Mexico and Mexicans as foreign invaders", the letter says. He pointed out that many people of many nationalities, not just Central Americans, enter the United States from Mexico.

The day before Trump's inauguration, Mexico extradited the infamous drug lord El Chapo to the U.S.to stand trial. Jonathan Montag, a San Diego-based immigration lawyer who has written legal analyses about the statute, said he had only seen it used in a radically different scenario: to send to Mexico citizens of that country who had obtained green cards but were later convicted of crimes in the U.S. In recent years, Mexico has cooperated closely with USA immigration authorities about the timing and location of deportations so that border cities such as Juarez and Tijuana don't find themselves overwhelmed with large numbers of deportees.

In the 1980s and 1990s, Mexico took in about 46,000 Guatemalans fleeing civil war.

"The body politic in Mexico reacts negatively to the negative rhetoric coming out of this White House", said Ted Piccone, a Latin America expert at the Brookings Institution. "And things once taken for granted are going to be a lot more hard".

Top Trump administration officials are on their way to Mexico to talk through their controversial new deportation guidelines, as the White House claimed in spite of evidence to the contrary that everything "is phenomenal" between the countries.


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