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Trump breaks Pact with Enrique Peña Nieto

The Republican reiterated that Mexico will pay the fence in any way, despite the agreement that Presidents not would talk in public about financing of the work. The President of the United States, Donald Trump, returned to launch its threat that Mexico will pay for the border fence. "Eventually, but at a later date so that we can begin before, Mexico will pay, somehow, for the necessary border wall", wrote Sunday in his Twitter account. That Tweet followed to another on the same subject, in which the President wrote that: "the Democrats do not want money from the budget to go to the border wall despite the fact that this will stop the drug and very bad the MS 13 gang members". In January, Trump and President Enrique Peña Nieto pledged not to speak publicly about who would pay the wall. In March, the White House unveiled its draft budget, in which only raises initial $ 1,500 million to build the wall on the border with Mexico so often promised. Early estimates of the cost of the fence along the entire border have swung between the 12,000 and 21,000 million dollars

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