Mexico Released the Agreement with the US

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In return for the U.S. not imposing 5% tariffs on all Mexican products, the Mexican government will deploy up to 6,000 National Guard troops to its southern border with Guatemala and allow more U.S. asylum seekers to stay within the country.

“Here’s the agreement. A very simple agreement,” Trump said to reporters on Tuesday, waiving a folded piece of paper. “This is one page of a very long and very good agreement for both Mexico and the United States.”

Mexico has now revealed what’s on the paper.

The supplementary agreement states that if the U.S. deems, after 45 days from the joint declaration, that Mexico has still not sufficiently managed the illegal immigration crisis, “Mexico will take all necessary steps under domestic law to bring the agreement into force.”

Additionally, the side agreement reveals that Mexico has left the door open to becoming a “safe third country,” an option their government had adamantly opposed before the start of the negations.

An open door is probably meaningless. Mexico is untrustworthy, but the President has no support to do anything to stop the illegal crossings. Mexico is a narco-state and they make out with cartels and the poor sending money home from the U.S. The cartels are making billions of dollars off drug-addled Americans.

2 COMMENTS

  1. I was hoping for unlimited chips and salsa. At the very least a piñata full of tootsie rolls. Come on not even a bean dip tray and some guacamole?
    All of the off the books under the table money will still get sent back to the glorious motherland failed narco state.
    Now that the Mexi drug cartels own the US government are we going to finally have that glorious people’s collective utopia?

  2. I’ve read reports that Mexico has been profiting very nicely from the hordes of illegal migrants passing through Mexico as they shop and buy whatever items and food they need from Mexican businesses as they travel toward our nation’s border. That would certainly cause Mexico to not want to stop illegal migrant caravans from entering Mexico and spending their Soros-provided money there. Also, the drug cartels and human traffickers fork over lots of cash to corrupt Mexican (and American) politicians and others in order to travel at will through Mexico toward the U.S. border. I hope the U.S.-Mexico agreement will be honored by Mexico, and I’m glad Trump is threatening Mexico with tariffs if Mexico reneges. I despise the corrupt Democrat Party for many reasons, but their refusal to even admit there is a crisis of emergency proportions at our nation’s border is at the top of my list of reasons for hating Democrats. Trump 2020!

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