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Won't pay for border wall: Mexico reiterates to Trump

Won't pay for border wall: Mexico reiterates to Trump”

Sandwiched between several messages related to the hurricane Harvey and the efforts of the first responders, the micromessage of the president about the treaty of free trade suggests that the tripartite negotiations are hard.

Mexico noted the United States and its "high demand for drugs" was partly to blame for drug-related crime, and called for teamwork to overcome the problem. "We can not say that anymore because if you are going to say that Mexico is not going to pay for the wall, then I do not want to meet with you guys anymore because I can not live with that".

In a January 27 phone call with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, Trump beseeched him to stop publicly saying that Mexico wouldn't pay for the wall, according to a recently-released transcript of the call.

A few hours later, Mexico's Foreign Ministry hit back to Trump's tweet in a lengthy statement that also snubbed the president's frequent use of social media.

Mexican country's foreign ministry in a statement said that Mexico would not pay for a wall or other physical barrier at the border "under any circumstances", reported the CNN.

According to the canadian government, canadian trade with the United States reached almost $ 882 billion $ in 2016.

Trump wrote: "With Mexico being one of the highest crime Nations in the world, we must have THE WALL".

Mexico ended the statement by offering support to Texans affected by Hurricane Harvey, adding: 'The government of Mexico takes this opportunity to express its full solidarity with the people and government of the United States for the damages caused by Hurricane Harvey in Texas.

In its statement, Mexico's foreign ministry expressed solidarity with the USA during the crisis, noting that it had offered help to Washington "in order to deal with the impact of this natural disaster - as good neighbors should always do in trying times". They are very hard. "We are in the process of renegotiating NAFTA (the worst trade agreement ever passed) with Mexico and Canada".

He made the vow during a rally in Phoenix, Arizona on Tuesday. Touted as a "renegotiation" by the White House and billed as a "modernization" by its NAFTA counterparts, the ambitious talks have already shown signs of deep divisions that will require major compromises by parties to the agreement.



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