BREAKING: Mexico cancels meeting with Trump following decision to build wall

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If we thought trump was just a lunatic who said all he did for purposes of electioneering, think again….

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Mexican President cancelled a meeting he was to have with US President Donald Trump at the end of January.

The two were to meet to discuss issues of trade and immigration.

Pena Nieto tweeted: “This morning, we have informed the White House that I would not attend a work meeting scheduled for next Tuesday with (Trump). Mexico reiterates its willingness to work with the United States to reach an agreement which would benefit both countries”.

Trump had tweeted earlier that: If Mexico is unwilling to pay for the badly needed wall, then it would be better to cancel the upcoming meeting.

Days into his presidency, he signed an executive order on constructing a wall between Mexico and the US. The US said the wall would stop criminals from crossing the border and entering the US.

During the 2016 presidential campaign, Trump had promised to build the wall to stop Mexican immigrants from entering the US.

 

 

 

 

2 Comments on "BREAKING: Mexico cancels meeting with Trump following decision to build wall"

  1. Julias malema can learn a lot from TRUMP

  2. The commercial banks work by way of a Pyramid Scheme, one which is deceptively legal – although if you or I, or any business or government tried this, we would be jailed for fraud, on the other hand the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) is a giant Ponzi Scheme of the greatest magnitude, yet very few people understand that the SARB is privately owned, which means calling it “South African…” is misleading on its own. It is interesting that former South African Finance Minister Trevor Manuel joined one of the notorious banking families in world, the Rothchild: “Rothschild is pleased to announce the appointment of Trevor Manuel as a senior adviser to the group world-wide and deputy chairperson of Rothschild in South Africa with effect from 1st October 2014,” chairperson David de Rothschild said in a statement. Banks are very unduly powerful, this is among the reasons as to why Pravin Gordhan is dubbed: “The Untouchable”.

    Lastly, the very same banks do not you & me that the most societal ills, e.g. poverty, unemployment, etc. are the “projects” created and sustained by the same banks. Henry Ford was heard unknowingly spitting the following words: “It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.”

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