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  • Donald Trump Rages At Mexico Over Border Wall, Threatens Meeting - Huffington Post

    Donald Trump Rages At Mexico Over Border Wall, Threatens Meeting - Huffington Post;

    “If Mexico is unwilling to pay for the badly needed wall, then it would be better to cancel the upcoming meeting.” 5.6k. 410. U.S. President Donald Trump said on Thursday his Mexican counterpart, Enrique Peña Nieto, should cancel his scheduled visit to ...and more »

  • Mexico's President Cancels Meeting With Trump Over Wall - New York Times

    Mexico's President Cancels Meeting With Trump Over Wall - New York Times;

    President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico said in a national address that the country would not pay for a border wall. He announced he would cancel his meeting with President Trump. By REUTERS. Photo by Henry Romero/Reuters. Watch in Times Video ».and more »

  • Trump signs directive to start border wall with Mexico, ramp up immigration enforcement - Washington Post

    Trump signs directive to start border wall with Mexico, ramp up immigration enforcement - Washington Post;

    President Trump on Wednesday began putting in place his plan to ratchet up immigration enforcement, following through on major campaign pledges by signing executive actions to build a border wall with Mexico and cut off funds to cities that do not ...and more »

  • Trump to Order Mexican Border Wall and Curtail Immigration - New York Times

    Trump to Order Mexican Border Wall and Curtail Immigration - New York Times;

    President Trump ordered the construction of a Mexican border wall on Wednesday. The contentious pledge to build a wall and force Mexico to pay for it was a touchstone of his campaign. By ROBIN LINDSAY and MALACHY BROWNE on Publish Date ...and more »

  • Trump Sours Relations With Mexico After Tariff Talk - Foreign Policy

    Trump Sours Relations With Mexico After Tariff Talk - Foreign Policy;

    Vague plans for an import tax would shift the cost of the wall to U.S. consumers and hurt key parts of the U.S. economy. By David FrancisDavid Francis is a senior reporter for Foreign Policy, where he covers international finance. An award-winning ...and more »

  • Why Trump's wall with Mexico is so popular, and why it won't work - The Conversation US

    Why Trump's wall with Mexico is so popular, and why it won't work - The Conversation US;

    Donald Trump tweeted on Jan. 6 that “any money spent on building the Great Wall (for the sake of speed), will be paid back by Mexico later.” The Economist reports that 40 countries have built fences since the fall of the Berlin Wall. Thirty of these ...and more »

  • Donald Trump expected to order Mexican border wall and temporarily ban refugees - The Independent

    Donald Trump expected to order Mexican border wall and temporarily ban refugees - The Independent;

    Donald Trump is expected to sign multiple executive orders on immigration this week, beginning with the construction of his infamous, Mexican border wall on Wednesday. He's also seeking to prevent Syrian refugees and Muslim immigrants from entering the ...and more »

  • Making Mexico Pay for Border Wall: Ideas Abound, and So Do Obstacles - New York Times

    Making Mexico Pay for Border Wall: Ideas Abound, and So Do Obstacles - New York Times;

    Workers raising a taller fence along the United States-Mexico border in November. President Trump wants to erect a border wall, paid for with Mexican money. Credit Christian Torres/Associated Press. Will President Trump be able to make Mexico pay for ...and more »

  • Trump's Wall Could Cause Serious Environmental Damage - Scientific American

    Trump's Wall Could Cause Serious Environmental Damage - Scientific American;

    A fence along the U.S.-Mexico border near San Diego. Activists and architects say a wall will cause serious environmental damage. Credit: Office of Representative Phil Gingrey Wikimedia. Advertisement |. Report Ad. Architects have called the border ...and more »

  • Mexico fights back - Vatican Radio

    Mexico fights back - Vatican Radio;

    (Vatican Radio) Prominent Mexicans are urging the Government to prepare a robust response to the proposals of President Donald Trump, to hit back against plans to build a Border Wall and to tax Mexican goods to pay for it. James Blears reports about ...and more »