With regard to Trump’s new immigration plan, Mexican leadership was just about as angry as could be.
According to USA Today, after Trump unveiled tough new enforcement of immigration laws, Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray saw the United States’ actions as being an imposition upon Mexico, and said Mexico would go all the way to the United Nations “to defend the rights of its migrants.”
“I want to make clear, in the most emphatic way, that the government of Mexico and the Mexican people do not have to accept measures that, in a unilateral way, one government wants to impose on another,” he said. “We are not going to accept it because we don’t have to accept it and because it is not in the interests of Mexico.”
Videgaray stated Wednesday that Mexico would not accept mass deportations of illegal immigrants back to Mexico or accept any non-Mexicans deported to Mexico, USA Today reported.
Business Insider stated that Trump’s new plan included deporting immigrants to the countries from which they arrived, regardless of country of origin.
In other words, all those Central American immigrants who moved north and made the crossing into America via Mexico would be deported to Mexico.
That may be trying for the Mexican government, but it is difficult to have a lot of pity for the government that has let so many illegal immigrants cross into their county to make the crossing into our country.
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