USA president Donald Trump is confident that Mexico will oblige with the new immigration deal that has been drafted in order to boost security on the Southern border and for immigration control in the United States.
"I'll speak today with the Presidents (of the three nations)".
President Donald Trump continued to insist Tuesday that there is a secret component of his migration deal with Mexico, even flashing a piece of paper to reporters that he claimed spelled out the undisclosed portion.
That document says the countries discussed a "possible deal" to process asylum-seekers in whichever country they arrive in first.
Mexican Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said Mexico had 45 days to show it was able to stem the flow of US-bound migrants by strengthening its southern border.
"Now, Mexico is moving 6,000 troops to their southern border". "You would never have had that deal" without the threat, he said at the White House. Everything. There's nothing that's not in this report, ' he told a news conference in Mexico City, holding up the nine-page briefing he plans to deliver to the Mexican Senate.
The US president said that, if he wished, he could make the assumption take effect. secret agreement he has with Mexico, contradicting the version of its neighbor and its own affirmation that to implement the agreement it is necessary the ratification of the Congress.
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Pelosi responded, "When we have conversations in our caucus they stay in our caucus. Still, Pelosi stopped short of saying Trump's remarks justified impeachment.
Mexico's global minister, Marcelo Ebrard, talked about that Mexico had forty five days to model it became ready to stem the float of US-ride migrants by strengthening its southern border.
The photos also show text implying Mexico should become a safe third country for people claiming asylum in the U.S. while United States courts process their claims. Before travelling to Iowa for a series of rallies on Tuesday, Trump addressed reporters on the South Lawn of the White House and pulled the sheet of paper from his jacket pocket. This was created by President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador very recently. In January, the Trump administration began sending thousands of migrants back to Mexico to wait there instead. Mexico has not yet publicly agreed to this.
In negotiations for the deal reached Friday, officials did agree toexpand the "Remain in Mexico" program, according to Time.
The foreign minister also said that Mexico had established a working group with a number of Central American countries such as Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador to coordinate efforts in ebbing the flow of illegal immigration.
The President had been threatening to impose tariffs on Mexican goods imported into the US for months in a bid to encourage the country's government to step up enforcement on illegal immigration.
The president then made a somewhat ominous warning to the press.