Photo credit: Reuters/Dominick Reuter Donald Trump proposed on Tuesday forcing Mexico to pay for his planned border wall by threatening to block remittances from illegal immigrants, which he said amounts to "welfare" for poor families in Mexico that their government does not provide. The Republican presidential candidate's campaign said in a memo that if elected in November, Trump would use a U.S. anti-terrorism law to cut off such money transfers unless Mexico made a one-time payment of $5 billion to $10 billion for the wall. Trump's pledge to build the wall has been a much-touted highlight of a platform targeting illegal immigration in the United States that has helped make him the front-runner to be the Republican nominee for the Nov. 8 election. The memo elaborated on an idea Trump floated in August, when he suggested seizing all remittances tied to "illegal wages." It said that upon taking office a Trump administration would ...

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Mexican government on Wednesday issued a statement regarding Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s latest controversy concerning immigration policy and his plan to build a wall on the U.S. - Mexican border. Donald Trump, the real estate businessman and the frontrunner for the Republican nomination for the 2016 Elections has gained considerable support by Neocon Republicans for his tough policy agendas on immigration, economy and foreign policy. His appearance on the primary Republican debate on FOX stirred a lot of people who are concerned that Donald Trump as president would cause a lot of trouble, because he is simply out of control. His latest plan on immigration policy is to increase visa fees for Mexicans, so that they have a part in the financing for the building of a wall on the border between the United States and Mexico to prevent illegal immigrants from passing. His initial comments about Mexicans during his announcement ...

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Businessman and real estate mogul Donald Trump announced on Sunday that he would increase fees on visas for Mexicans as a plan to fund the building of a wall on the U.S. – Mexican border if he is elected President. Trump, who became the frontrunner for the Republican party Presidential nomination for the 2016 Elections, during an appearance on NBC’s “meet the Press” said that all undocumented immigrants will be deported during his term in the presidency and that he would rescind President Barack Obama’s executive order that is supposed to protect 5 million undocumented immigrant from deportation and create a path for earning an American citizenship. As part of a plan to build a wall on the Mexico border, Trump issued a policy paper on Sunday in which he vows to increase fees on visas for Mexican diplomats, chief executives and North American Free Trade Agreement workers in case Mexico refuses ...

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