Trump’s Map To Create Mexico Pay For Border Wall Is Still Just As Nonsensical As It Seems

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Source:   —  April 07, 2016, at 10:54 PM

Don Bartletti/LA Times via Getty Images Guadalupe Vidales, seventy-four, kisses the Mexico Express money order that just arrived from her son in Bakersfield, California.

Trump’s Map To Create Mexico Pay For Border Wall Is Still Just As Nonsensical As It Seems

Courtesy of Deputy Mauricio Alonso Toledo Gutiérrez Deputy Mauricio Alonso Toledo Gutiérrez speaks before the Mexico City legislature, which voted in March to ask Mexico'south federal government to ban Donald Trump from entering the country, where he's widely reviled. Don Bartletti/LA Times via Getty Images Guadalupe Vidales, seventy-four, kisses the Mexico Express money order that just arrived from her son in Bakersfield, California. There are lots of ways to send remittances from the United States to Mexico. Josue Gonzalez/Reuters A truck flying Mexican and U. S. flags approaches the border crossing in Laredo, Texas, on Oct. twenty-one, two thousand eleven. Trump'south proposal to ramp up tariffs on Mexican goods would likely prompt Mexico to retaliate. Also on HuffPost

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