Mexican President Enrique Benia Nieto on Thursday attacked his US counterpart Donald Trump, saying his actions toward his country's borders were "threatening" and "disrespectful" as tensions mounted on the border between the two countries over immigration.
The Mexican president said the relationship between his country and the United States was "rich, vital and naturally challenging.
But these challenges can in no way justify acts that threaten or justify the lack of respect between our two countries. "
Trump promised Thursday to send between 2,000 and 4,000 National Guardsmen to the border with Mexico to support security forces in controlling border security and stopping infiltration of illegal immigrants into the United States.
Trump, who for the first time revealed the size of the military force he ordered to be sent to the southern border, said he would probably "keep" all or at least "most of them" on the border until the wall he wants to build is being built to stop infiltration.
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