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Election 2016: Mexico City Votes To Ban Donald Trump From Country



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Election 2016: Mexico City Votes To Ban Donald Trump From Country

Post by Lobo on Fri 04 Mar 2016, 7:05 pm

Election 2016: Mexico City Votes To Ban Donald Trump From Country

By Abigail Abrams @abbyabrams On 03/04/16 AT 9:11 AM

Mexico City lawmakers want to ban Donald Trump from their country. The city’s Legislative Assembly voted Wednesday to make a formal request to the federal government to keep the Republican presidential candidate out of Mexico, the Huffington Post reported.
The vote is largely symbolic because the legislature has no authority to enforce such a ban, but lawmakers said they were upset with Trump’s anti-Mexican comments and wanted to take a stand. Since he began his presidential bid last summer, Trump has called Mexican immigrants rapists and repeatedly said he will force Mexico to pay for the construction of a wall along the country’s border with the United States. Before voting on the proposal, legislators questioned why there had not been a federal response to Trump and said they wanted President Enrique Peña Nieto to confront the White House hopeful.
“What we're saying is that if he wants to build a wall so that Mexicans can't enter his country, then he is not welcome in our country,” deputy José Manuel Delgadillo of the conservative National Action Party told the Huffington Post. “What we need now is for President Peña Nieto to make a strong statement condemning Mr. Trump's anti-Mexican comments.”
Deputy Víctor Hugo Romo, who introduced the resolution, described Trump as “primeval, egocentral and primitive,” according to Noticias MVS, and compared the New York businessman to Adolf Hitler.
“Hitler was very popular,” Romo said. “He generated a lot of sympathy by adopting nationalist politics that vindicated the Germans’ sense of self-worth. [Trump] is practically a copy. I consider Donald Trump a chauvinist, a misogynist who fosters and leans toward repression. … He doesn’t respect diversity.”
Last month, former Mexican President Vicente Fox publicly criticized Trump and pushed back against the idea of a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. “I'm not going to pay for that f---ing wall. He should pay for it,” Fox said in an interview with Fusion’s Jorge Ramos. Another former Mexican President, Felipe Calderón, also came out against Trump and called him “racist.”
However, the current Mexican government has been less outspoken. Peña Nieto has not commented on Trump, but his Foreign Affairs Secretary Claudia Ruiz has, calling the Republican “racist” and “ignorant.”
Other governments have also discussed banning Trump. Two members of the United Kingdom Parliament last month brought up a measure that would prevent him from entering the U.K.

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Re: Election 2016: Mexico City Votes To Ban Donald Trump From Country

Post by sundog on Fri 04 Mar 2016, 7:25 pm

Is anyone offended that the President of Mexico doesn't like Trump?  I'm not.  The reason they don't like Trump is because they are more than happy to be rid of the criminal element of Mexico and the poor people of Mexico.  They're our problem now not his.  All of our forefathers came here from somewhere else  (except for the Native Americans) but they all went through the process.  Even after the WW's all of those people went through a process. It's not a hatred of any people.  It's common sense.  We welcome everyone but there is a process.  It's also about time someone put the brakes on the incredible trade imbalance that goes on with Mexico and China.  Today CNN said that the imbalance just for the month of February with China was almost 33 billion up from 29 billion last month.  It's obscene.  I don't think we are "haters" but we're tired of being taken advantage of and we want it to stop.  It's time to shake up foreign policy a little. Just my opinion - thanks

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Re: Election 2016: Mexico City Votes To Ban Donald Trump From Country

Post by fonz1951 on Fri 04 Mar 2016, 8:34 pm

first and foremost, sundog, i agree with you. besides, why would anybody with any sense want to go to mexico anyway? i sure as hell don't. i'm sure trump could care less.

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