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Trump Responds to Mexican President’s Request for $20 Billion from the Biden

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Former President Trump argued foreign leaders lack respect for President Biden during an interview.

When asked about the Mexican president’s demands in an interview, Trump said other leaders would never dictate US policy or demand billions from him.

The Mexican president had told 60 Minutes the migrant surge wouldn’t stop unless the US met demands, including $20 billion in aid annually and legalizing Mexican immigrants.

“On ‘60 Minutes,’ the president of Mexico says, ‘We’re not going to shut down our border until you change your policy on Cuba and change your policy on Venezuela.’ Is it OK for the Mexican president to dictate American policy?” host Brian Kilmeade asked.

Trump said Mexico recently asked for $10 billion yearly, which he wouldn’t have given.

Trump said, “Well, he said much more than that. He said he wants $10 billion essentially just to talk, $10 billion to talk, and that’s come out since, and no, that wouldn’t happen with me, with the wall.”

“What changed?” Kilmeade asked.

Trump concluded the country’s fate depends on elections, saying November 5th will be the most important day if changes aren’t made.

“It’s very simple: lack of respect for the president. They would never say that to me. They would never say before we even talk. They want $10 billion a year, Mexico just asked for $10 billion a year. They would never ask it. I wouldn’t give them 10 cents,” Trump said.

“The most important day in the history of our country is going to be November 5th. Our country is going bad, and it’s going to be changed on November 5th, and if it’s not changed, we’re not going to have a country anymore,” Trump said.

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