The chances for this is about 1%….
Trump said this for his political base…
(Trump keeps getting judge’s stopping his efforts to stop migration across the Southern border…Trump NEVER talks about US/Canadian border)
Mexico IS America’s Number 1 trade partner…
Stopping the movement of people, goods and travel between the two countries tries because Mexico has had less virus incidents than America WOULD just about be the finishing touches of a serious recession for America that would seal Donald Trump ‘s having just one term…
If he lasted THAT long in office…
Reuters reported that the administration was considering closing the southern border in an effort to contain the virus.
“Given the porous nature of our border, and the continued lack of operational control due to the influence of dangerous cartels, it is foreseeable, indeed predictable, that any outbreak in Central America or Mexico could cause a rush to our border,” they wrote.
The letter came the same day a U.S. district court blocked the administration’s “remain in Mexico policy,” meaning asylum-seekers could again await their cases on U.S. soil.
“If today’s ruling is allowed to stand, these successes will be reversed, which threatens to flood the Nation’s immigration system, present unchecked coronavirus entry risk, deeply damage our positive relationship with the Government of Mexico and other regional partners, and reignite the humanitarian and security crisis at the border,” read a White House statement on the ruling.
Mexico’s government announced Friday it had detected three cases of the coronavirus infection in three men who had recently traveled to Italy, making the country the second in Latin America to register the proliferating virus.
Still, as of Saturday afternoon, there are more confirmed cases of coronavirus in the U.S. than in all of Latin America combined.
The cases that exist in the U.S. are predominantly from American citizens who caught the disease while abroad and were repatriated and quarantined. None of those cases have been traced back to Mexico.
The administration was not asked about, nor did it announce, any potential restrictions on the country’s northern border with Canada, which has 16 confirmed cases of the virus….