The white house officially denied the rumors about the threats to the American leader Donald trump addressed to the Mexican President. On Thursday, February 2, reports The Hill.
“Reports that the President threatened invasion of Mexico, are false, the statement reads. Even the Mexican government denies these data.” It is alleged that the conversation was friendly, constructive and friendly nature.
Previously, a number of American and Mexican media released a piece of text, which, they claim, was the transcript of the conversation with trump and his fellow Mexican Enrique peña Nieto, held on Friday, January 27. Trump Nieto allegedly threatened to send troops to Mexico to deal with the “bad guys” (bad hombes), if the authorities themselves are unable to cope with them, and the Mexican army is afraid to intervene. Media have speculated that we are talking about drug cartels.
January 25, the American leader has signed the decree about the protection of state borders, involving the construction of a wall on the border with Mexico. According to trump, the construction will begin soon and will initially be financed from the budget of the United States, however Mexico reimburses 100 percent of costs. While Nieto has repeatedly stated that his country at any wall will not pay.