Minutes prior, President Donald Trump met with Mexican President Enrique Nieto at the G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany.
As Nieto sat by him, Trump dropped a bomb about the fringe divider he is intending to fabricate that is certain to make the Mexican president sweat.
For whatever length of time that Trump has been discussing his fringe divider, liberals have been addressing how he will pay for it. He gave them their answer a little while ago…
“Mr. Trump, do you still want Mexico to pay for the wall?” a reporter asked Trump.
“Absolutely,” Trump answered obtusely, as Nieto sat close by!
President Trump says he "absolutely" wants Mexico to pay for U.S.-Mexico border wall while sitting alongside Mexican President Peña Nieto. pic.twitter.com/AYO6kt80zh
— ABC News (@ABC) July 7, 2017
Nieto and Trump had booked a meeting instantly after Trump progressed toward becoming president, yet they wiped out it over differences about the outskirt divider.
“It is evident that we have some differences with the new government of the United States, like the topic of the wall, that Mexico, of course, will not pay,” Nieto said.
Be that as it may, they seem to have changed their tune as they met on the sidelines of the G20 summit on Friday, with Trump calling Nieto a “companion” and Nieto saying he would like to proceed with a “streaming exchange.” A month ago, Trump said he is searching for options like building the divider out of sun powered boards to help spare Mexico cash.
“This way, Mexico will have to pay much less money,” Trump explained in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. “A solar wall. It makes sense. Let’s see. We are working it out.”