This is very amusing. Mexico allows them through their country to come here but will be upset if we send them back to Mexico. I think it all comes down to money. In the article a Mexican official mentions that they can't accept this unless we send them billions to help with the cost. Mexico is eaten up with corruption.
You're thinking of just Mexicans but everyone from South America passes through Mexico on their way north. They are planning to send them Mexico's way as well.
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Yes, and since Mexico only seems to be able to stop those people from the south that stay in Mexico and let's those headed north through I don't see why that is an issue. What I'm saying is that these people are passing all the way through Mexico and passing into our country using crossings on our border with Mexico. So, why wouldn't we take them back to those very crossings points and tell them to head south the same way they headed north? Mexico let them traverse their hole country heading here, let them traverse when they head back.
Mexico deports a huge number of illegal aliens. Check it out. They come from their southern neighbors and their neighbors' neighbors. But they concentrate very heavily on those who intend to stay in their country. Mexico has a vibrant economy and many people try to go there but they get kicked out… or they get kicked north. It's well past time that stops. I'm the product of immigrants. Both sets of my grandparents immigrated into this country. They made it stronger. Most of the immigrants now make it stronger too. But they have to adhere to our laws just like my grandparents did.
There are two representatives from the Trump administration heading to or in Mexico to talk with the leaders there. I will like to see what deal they can strike because so far it doesn't look good for us or them.
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Exclusive: Mexico cancels sugar export permits to U.S. In trade dispute:
The cancellations are the latest dispute of a years-long trade row between Mexico - the United States' top foreign supplier of sugar - and its neighbor at a time when cane refiners are struggling with prices and tight supplies Ref. Source 5z.
I have a feeling that relations between the US and Mexico is going to get more on edge as more and more people are deported and more talk of increasing security on our southern border ramp up. Guess we will have to wait and see what plays out.
Donald Trump's drama over immigration is working even before the border agents are hired or the wall goes up. Mexicans are staying where they are but I don't like the idea of more border agents being hired without proper screening.
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US Wants Mexico to Ramp up Security Targeting Central American Migrants:
Trump's administration is attempting to leverage its southern neighbor Mexico to cut the flow of migrants fleeing north from Central America, one of the world's most violent and insecure parts of the world Ref. Source 9p.