Mexico’s President Drops HUGE BOMBSHELL On Trump, This Will Change Everything At The Border
President-elect of Mexico, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, just released a 7 page letter that he recently sent to President Donald Trump.
The letter goes on to talk about how the two leaders need to work together to stop illegal immigration at the border, improve security and discourage people from wanting to leave Mexico.
“There will be many changes, and in this new atmosphere of progress with well-being, I’m sure we can reach agreements to confront together the migration phenomenon as well as the problem of border insecurity.”
Marcelo Ebrard, the president-elect’s proposed foreign minister, said the incoming administration’s aim is to “start a new chapter in the relationship between Mexico and the United States, based on mutual respect.”
Obrador takes office on December 1st but has already spoken to Trump and met with several US officials.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo says he and Mexico’s president elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador discussed how the two countries could advance common goals on economy, trade as well as resolve border issues pic.twitter.com/rWu9TNh3vi
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Conservative Tribune reports.
Lopez Obrador singled out migration, economic development and security as the primary areas he would like to collaborate with Trump. He believes economic development of Mexico and other Central American countries would improve conditions in those areas and dissuade people from believing they must flee to the U.S.
“My government is willing to present to our Congress … the initiative and budgetary proposal to contribute economic resources and experiences in this joint effort,” he wrote.
Trump said he had “very good discussions” with Lopez Obrador and may look at negotiating a new and innovative trade deal with Mexico.