President Donald Trump on Monday claimed that there is another, secret component to the migration deal with Mexico that will be revealed 'in the not too distant future,' but Mexico 's foreign minister contradicted him. 'We have fully signed and documented another very important part
We have fully signed and documented another very important part of the Immigration and Security deal with Mexico, one that the U.S. has been asking about getting for many years. It will be revealed in the not too distant future and will need a vote by Mexico’s Legislative body!..
The White House did not respond to a question about what the president made reference to, but when asked about Mexico's denial, Trump told reporters Monday,"I don't think they'll be denying it very long."
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo backed up Trump's claim, saying,"There were a number of commitments made," but that he couldn't go into details.
During negotiations the United States also wanted Mexico to agree to a"safe third country" agreement, where asylum seekers would be granted asylum in Mexico and be unable to claim asylum in the US, but Mexico ultimately got the U.S. to back off that request.
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Pompeo also spoke to reporters Monday to praise the deal as"diplomacy at its finest," a sign of"the enduring strength too of the relationship between our two countries," and"a significant win for the American people."
Mexico's foreign minister said Monday that their government was already planning to send 6,000 National Guard troops to the Mexico-Guatemala border, but as a result of the deal with the U.S. announced on Friday, that deployment is now happening faster.
The White House and USDA did not respond to a request for comment, however a senior administration official told ABC News there was a"verbal" agreement, although no specifics were discussed.
"These are agreements that Mexico had already made, in some cases months ago," Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke told ABC News'"This Week."Read more: Yahoo News
U.S. stock futures, Mexico peso gain on U.S.-Mexico dealU.S. stock futures jumped on Monday after a migration deal between the United St... What deal? The 'deal' was made months ago, and Mexico can't just order itself or its people to buy American. There was no deal. People are suckers.
Trump claims undisclosed component to US-Mexico migrant deal, Mexico contradicts himPres. Trump claims there is another, secret component to the migration deal with Mexico that will be revealed “in the not too distant future.' Mexico 's foreign minister is contradicting him. Stay tuned Twumpers. There is a big secret reveal coming. Will Wile C Coyote get the Roadrunner. Stay tuned Twumpers. ABC feels it is their duty to help with the tease. how can anyone vote for this Clown, he has degraded this Nation with his lies, and his stupid Base buys into his B.S. How have we come to this as American's to lose a vital moral code? As soon as it takes him to make up one. Senile Remember
US Treasury yields tick higher as Trump suspends tariffs on MexicoU.S. President Donald Trump announced Sunday that proposed tariffs on Mexican imports would be suspended indefinitely.
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden to barnstorm IowaPresident Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden will both be in Iowa on Tuesday. Biden will head to eastern Iowa, on the heels of a weekend visit by most of the Democratic field, but which Biden skipped.
Monday morning Presidential Harassment Who doesn’t he spar with? Seriously? The only thing BOGUS is crying SenSchumer 'If past is prologue, this is likely to be one of the president’s typical, bogus solutions to justify backing off things like the tariffs,' said Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer, D-N.Y.
HuffPost is now a part of OathImagine the surprise Another Trump lie She hasn't accused Trump of lying, but said in Spanish: 'Speaking of losers, soys will be soys' - Mexico’s ambassador to the US wouldn't confirm that Mexico will “immediately” buy “large quantities” of US farm products, as Trump tweeted over the weekend