President Trump Reaches Deal With Mexico To Keep Migrants IN MEXICO!

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President Trump told us all back in 2015 that we were going to win so much we’d get tired of winning.

And it looks like he’s just pulled off another HUGE win for the United States!

News just broke that a deal has been reached between the U.S. and Mexico whereby all assylum seekers in the Migrant Caravan will have to stay in Mexico while their assylum claim is processed through the Courts.

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This breaks with longstanding tradition where they would first be let in to the U.S. and we somehow sort it all out later.

Of course critics of that plan say that once they’re let in they are not sufficiently tracked and often cannot be found after the Court case plays out.  

Critics have also pointed out that if these Assylum seekers are seeking refuge from their home countries, they should apply for Assylum in the first new country they go to. 

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In other words, this cartoon sums it up nicely:

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President Trump's new deal attempts to remedy these problems before thousands of undocumented people are let into the United States.

News first broke on Twitter:

Business Insider had more details:

The White House and Mexican officials from the country's incoming administration are reportedly close to a deal that would turn Mexico into "a waiting room for America's asylum system," according to a report from The Washington Post.

The deal would place migrants seeking asylum in the US in Mexico while they await judgment by US courts, according to Mexcian officials and members of president-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador's transition team. 

The plan, dubbed Remain in Mexico, appears to be President Donald Trump's solution to "catch and release," the American policy that has allowed asylum seekers from Mexico and Central America refuge on American soil until their cases are decided. 

Olga Sánchez Cordero, Mexico's incoming interior minister, indicated to the Post that the decision to go along with the plan was part of an effort disincentivize continued migration from Central America. 

"Mexico has open arms and everything, but imagine, one caravan after another after another, that would also be a problem for us," Cordero said.

The deal, which has not been signed or officiated, reportedly took shape last week between Mexican officials, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen. 

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The USA Today had more:

The Mexican government has reached a deal with the Trump administration that would require asylum seekers at the Southern border to wait in Mexico while their claims are processed in U.S. courts, the Washington Post reported Saturday.

The Post, which quoted Mexican officials and senior members of President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s transition team, reported the agreement would break with long-standing asylum rules and place a "formidable new barrier" for migrants from Central America attempting to reach the United States.

The Post said the plan was dubbed "Remain in Mexico."

Thousands of migrants, fleeing violence and poverty, have gathered at the Mexican border city of Tijuana. They are among several hundred other asylum-seekers heading north in groups toward the United States.

The Post reported that no formal agreement on the issue has been signed, and many details remain unresolved. López Obrador takes office Dec. 1.

Before the U.S. midterm elections, President Donald Trump called the northward movement of migrants in caravans an "invasion" and ordered several thousand troops to the border to bolster border security.

The Post, quoting U.S.and Mexican officials, said the deal took shape last week in Houston during a meeting between Marcelo Ebrard, Mexico’s incoming foreign minister, and top U.S. officials such as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen.

In a statement, James McCament, acting undersecretary for policy for the Department of Homeland Security, said the administration has been working since July with the current Mexican government and incoming administration on "shared issues of concern."

He said these include legitimate trade and travel, an interest in insuring that those traveling to the U.S. borders do so safely and orderly, as well as "concern for the safety and security of vulnerable migrant populations, and respect for each nation's sovereignty."

He said the interest was in "insuring that those traveling to our do so safely and orderly The White House had no immediate comment on the Post report.

The Post reported that asylum applicants at the border would have to remain in Mexico while their cases were processed through U.S. courts.

That could end the system derided by Trump as “catch and release,” which has generally allowed those seeking refuge to wait on safer U.S. soil.

“For now, we have agreed to this policy of Remain in Mexico,” Olga Sánchez Cordero, the top domestic policy official under López Obrador, told The Post. She called it a “short-term solution.”

“The medium- and long-term solution is that people don’t migrate,” said Sánchez Cordero, the incoming interior minister. “Mexico has open arms and everything, but imagine, one caravan after another after another, that would also be a problem for us.”

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Read that last paragraph again:

“The medium- and long-term solution is that people don’t migrate,” said Sánchez Cordero, the incoming interior minister. “Mexico has open arms and everything, but imagine, one caravan after another after another, that would also be a problem for us.”

Look at how people's attitudes change when the burden is shifted on them.

When the United States was supposed to deal with this, everyone said it was no problem.

When the prospect of keeping them in Mexico arises, look at the immediate pushback!  

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One caravan after another would be a "problem for Mexico" .... says Mexico!

And now you understand what all the Deplorables have been saying .... it's a PROBLEM for the U.S.A. too!

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