- Trump threatens to scrap NAFTA agreement again.
Over the weekend, Donald Trump, who continues to insist that Americans pay for a giant wall along the U.S./Mexico border, said that the Mexican government will eventually "reimburse" us for the cost of the project.
Trump tells supporters in Phoenix US that he might terminate the NAFTA treaty with Mexico and Canada to jumpstart negotiations
The president did not specify how he would compel Mexico to pay for the project, but said it "may be through reimbursement".
Trump also demanded that Mexico pay for his border wall "through reimbursement/other", signalled a visit to Missouri created to pressure a Democratic senator, and praised a book by a controversial law enforcement official.
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Asked about Mexico paying for the wall, Bossert said the initial effort is on getting an appropriation to build the barrier.
Later, Trump reiterated his position that Mexico should ultimately pay for the border wall, even if Congress provides the initial funding and the United States is later reimbursed. Trump said that he will visit the Springfield to gather support for his tax reforms and confidently stated that the Republicans will win the Senate.
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'But believe me, if we have to close down our government, we're building that wall, ' Trump told supporters. "Mexico will pay for it through a refund or otherwise", Trump tweeted.
Mexico has refused point blank to pay for a wall.
He went on to add that "I personally don't think you can make a deal without a termination but we're going to see what happens, OK?" Mexico fired back at the U.S. President's tweets with a strongly worded response where they claimed that NAFTA would not be negotiated over social media, Breitbart Texas reported. "And that's another reason we need it", he said.More news: IL House passes school funding bill
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