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Donald Trump threatens to replace the T-MEC and impose tariffs

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Prior to his visit to the Mexican border, US President Donald Trump again sent a series of attacks and threats to Mexico, threatening to change the North American Trade Agreement (T-MEC). Through his Twitter account, Trump first said that Mexico, for the first time in decades, is significantly detaining illegal migrants on its... southern border, to prevent its arrival in the United States. All while also criticizing The Washington Post. "The crazy and dishonest Washington Post again deliberately made a mistake. Mexico, for the first time in decades, is significantly arresting illegal (migrants) on its southern border, before the long march to the United States. This is great and the way it should be. The great flow will stop ....... " The US president added that if for some reason Mexico stops stopping and bringing the migrants back to their countries, the United States will be forced to impose tariffs at 25 percent on all cars manufactured in Mexico and sent across the border. "... However, if for some reason Mexico stops stopping and bringing illegal (migrants) back to where they came from, the United States will be forced to impose tariffs at 25% on all cars manufactured and shipped across the border with Mexico. U.S. If that does not work, which it will be, I'll close the border ....... " Trump said that this will replace the Treaty between Mexico, the United States and Canada (T-MEC). He also said that he foresees an economic sanction for the 500 billion dollars in illegal drugs that are sent and smuggled through Mexico, which causes more than 100 thousand Americans to die each year. "... This will replace the USMCA (T-MEC). Also, I am seeking an economic sanction for the $ 500 billion in illegal drugs that are sent and smuggled through Mexico and through our southern border. More than 100 thousand Americans die every year, and many families are destroyed! "

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