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Trump Delivers EPIC Takedown Of CNN, New York Times While Issuing Another Huge Warning To Mexico

Trump Delivers EPIC Takedown Of CNN, New York Times While Issuing Another Huge Warning To Mexico

President Donald Trump came out swinging on Sunday morning and delivered an epic take down of two liberal outlets for pushing fake news.

The president took to Twitter and blasted The New York Times and CNN as being “the enemy of the people” in response to reports from the two outlets, which speculated that his historic migration agreement with Mexico was nothing but talk.

Trump also fired another warning shot at Mexico, saying that if America’s neighbor does not honor the agreement, he will reimpose his proposed 5 percent tariffs on Mexico.

“Another false report in the Failing @nytimes. We have been trying to get some of these Border Actions for a long time, as have other administrations, but were not able to get them, or get them in full, until our signed agreement with Mexico,” Trump tweeted. “Additionally, and for many years, Mexico was not being cooperative on the Border in things we had, or didn’t have, and now I have full confidence, especially after speaking to their President yesterday, that they will be very cooperative and want to get the job properly done.”

Importantly, some things not mentioned in yesterday’s press release, one in particular, were agreed upon. That will be announced at the appropriate time,” Trump continued. “There is now going to be great cooperation between Mexico & the USA, something that didn’t exist for decades. However, if for some unknown reason there is not, we can always go back to our previous, very profitable, position of Tariffs – But I don’t believe that will be necessary. The Failing @nytimes, & ratings-challenged @CNN, will do anything possible to see our Country fail! They are truly The Enemy of the People!”

A few days ago, the U.S. and Mexico struck a deal just before the Trump administration was set to impose a 5 percent tariff on Mexican goods coming into the U.S. until Mexico stopped the flow of illegal immigration that has been flooding the southern border.

Here’s more on the terms of the U.S.-Mexico deal:

The tariffs, a 5% tax on all goods imported from Mexico, were scheduled to take effect on Monday. Trump issued the threat as the Department of Homeland Security projected that more than 1 million people would be apprehended this year in illegal attempts to cross the southwest border.

The agreement calls for Mexico to “take unprecedented steps” to stop Central American migrants from entering the country on their way north to the United States, “to include the deployment of its National Guard throughout Mexico, giving priority to its southern border,” according to the State Department.

Mexican officials also agreed that migrants who reach the United States and request asylum “will be rapidly returned to Mexico” while U.S. officials review the petition.

While Trump is trying to secure the border, Democrats continue to try to stop him and the media is trying to mislead about the agreement reached.

 

 

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