Listen: Mexico, United States And Trump discussed on Financial Issues with Dan Celia
"Said he would do those crossing the US border to seek asylum will be rapidly returned to Mexico. Were they may wait thirty two of their Silom claims? We've seen this before we were able to do this to the tune of a couple of hundred people pray would have the capacity to do this, full throttle, and engage this in a way that will make fundamental difference in the calculus for those deciding to transit Mexico to try to get into the United States. So that's one of the most important things that President Trump accomplice with this deal at the last minute. So Mexico didn't want this to happen, this notion of returning people that crossed back into Mexico to await asylum and. We now have the capacity to do that. As Mike Pompeo said, full-throttle. We can do that, now that's going to have dramatic relief on the US and on our border patrol. But yet the, let's say the President Trump didn't accomplish anything. What is that not to mention a historical move by Mexico to go from a hundred to two hundred troops on their southern border to five thousand troops, every day on the southern border turning back migrants. Again, forcing them to declare asylum, or wait for asylum, in the country in, which they are, if they flayed one country to escape persecution than they wherever they got into next which is maybe Guatemala, maybe. If some other nation may be it is Mexico, then there they wait for asylum away from the persecution that they've had. So anyway, that's what has to happen. And I you know that is a major accomplishment. Five thousand troops on their southern border, turn back allowing all these people. Thousands of people we've had we're going to have a million people before long crossing our border. Now, we don't even have to bus them. We just turn around and March him back to Mexico and let them wait for their asylum in Mexico, not in the US. That alone is going to slow down the growth dramatically between the border. Not only that, but what is being turned back at the southern border of Mexico, turn back to Honduras Guatemala. Wherever El Salvador, wherever they're coming from return them, turn them back and not let them into Mexico to begin with to start this very long track up to the US border. So. Now, what is going to happen just so, you know, that the there's going to be an uprise or long, those border cities, Mexico, like they're already has been in CIO wanna because they are going to get so overloaded with these migrants. There's going to be a huge problem with that. And we've got to be very vigilant to see and I would suspect that Mexico's fix for that is not going to beat a bus them back to their countries of origin. My guess is gonna let him through Mexico, the US border if that happens. They're gonna get hit with tariffs."