Trump renews Mexico tariff threat amid row over migration deal

President Trump spoke to members of the press after stepping off Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House on Friday

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US President Donald Trump revealed Tuesday that Mexico agreed to take stronger legal action to halt Central American migrants if its initial efforts to stem the flow don't show results in 45 days.

Mr. Trump left a conflicted impression of who is driving the secret agreement and when the public might see it.

It could be related to plans for a regionwide asylum agreement if enforcement measures agreed to last week between Washington and Mexico City do not halt a surge of migrants from Central America to the United States.

"This is one page". When defending his use of tough tariffs on China during an interview with CNBC, the United States leader said: "You know, France charges us a lot for the wine and yet we charge them very little for French wine". "Additionally, and for many years, Mexico was not being cooperative on the Border in things we had, or didn't have, and now I have full confidence, especially after speaking to their President yesterday, that they will be very cooperative and want to get the job properly done".

"They wanted something else totally be signed", Ebrard said Monday. I don't blame them, but this is actually ultimately going to be good for Mexico, too, and it's good for the relationship of Mexico with us, ' he said. They are moving right now, 6,000 soldiers to their southern border.

Some drew parallels with the untimely demise of the so-called "friendship" tree planted by French President Emmanuel Macron and US President Donald Trump as a token of the friendship between their two countries during Macron's state visit to the US in April past year.

The deal, in part, according to a joint declaration issued Friday after a meeting between Trump and Lopez Obrador, said Mexico agreed to deploy 'its National Guard throughout Mexico, giving priority to its southern border'.

Mexico will also require that asylum seekers remain in the country while their claims are prosecuted in the US.

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"There is no other thing beyond what I have just explained", he said.

"We have fully signed and documented another very important part of the Immigration and Security deal with Mexico, one that the USA has been asking about getting for many years".

"While in theory such an agreement would share the burden of refugee flows across several countries, in reality it could significantly worsen the current situation if the designated countries are unable or unwilling to properly accept and integrate the migrants", she said. But when migrants come over, they also hop on rafts. Mr Trump added American winemakers had complained to him that French wine can be imported into the USA "for nothing", but they have to pay steep duties to export their wine into France.

"But we purposely said we wouldn't mention it for a little while".

The president said that it's his "option" as to whether the undisclosed agreement will go into effect.

The document contained references to a regional asylum plan, which would involve several Latin American countries processing migrants' asylum claims in order to stave off U.S. tariffs. I'm not going to say one way or another, ' he said.

Asylum seekers from El Salvador and Honduras first pass through Guatemala when fleeing their homes, while Cubans and Haitians often fly first to Panama before heading to the United States through Mexico.

The president called the story "fake news" and insisted the deal was brand new.

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