Donald Trump’s hardline stance against illegal immigrants from Mexico has led many to believe that the candidate is anti-Mexico. Now, Trump is fighting back against the unfair characterization by proposing policies that will better both countries, not just the United States.
Prosperity will return to the U.S. and Mexico if both countries work together on trade and illegal immigration, Donald Trump said in a speech with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto which promoted the nationalism of both countries over globalism.
After meeting with President Nieto in Mexico City for hours to discuss a variety of issues – and to mend their past differences – Trump said the first step both countries should take is ending illegal immigration.
“Not just between our two countries but including the illegal immigration and migration from Central and South Americans and from other regions which impact security and finances in both Mexico and the United States,” Trump stated. “This is a humanitarian disaster: the dangerous treks, the abuse by gangs and cartels, and the extreme physical dangers – and it must be solved quickly.”
A secure border is the sovereign right of a nation that’s mutually beneficial, he added.
“Cooperation in achieving this shared objective – and it will be shared – of safety for all citizens is paramount to both the United States and to Mexico,” Trump pointed out.
Some laugh when Trump says that Mexico will help pay for “the wall,” but considering its construction could help stop the drug cartels that have taken over the country in their tracks, the idea might not be that far-fetched.
Source: Info Wars