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Trump Threatens Import Tariffs If Mexico Doesn't Stem 'Invasion' Of Migrants

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Trump Threatens Import Tariffs If Mexico Doesn't Stem 'Invasion' Of Migrants

Trump Threatens Import Tariffs If Mexico Doesn't Stem 'Invasion' Of Migrants

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, US President Donald Trump told Mexico to stop the 'invasion' and 'onslaught' of migrants entering the United States illegally, or face rising US import tariffs which would cause the loss of foreign investment.

During a news conference in London on Tuesday, Trump reportedly said that, "Mexico should step up and stop this onslaught, this invasion into our country.

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Trump Threatens Import Tariffs If Mexico Doesn't Stem 'Invasion' Of Migrants

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