The Mexican government is working on a plan to deal with possible mass deportations under President, Donald trump, said the press Secretary of the President.
At a press conference on Monday, Eduardo Sanchez, representative of the President of Mexico peÃ±a Nieto, told reporters that the deportation will be part of any agenda. "We need to see how many of these deportations are usually carried out by the United States government in the countries where illegal immigrants come from Mexico," he said.
"Of course, other issues will be part of the agenda that Mexico will bring to the table during bilateral meetings to be held with the government of the elected President of Donald trump."
During the "60 minutes" in an interview on Sunday, trump said that he would be deported or jailed up to 3 million illegal immigrants. "What we're going to do is deport people who are criminals and have criminal records, it is gang members, drug dealers, we have a lot of people, probably two, maybe even three million." He added: "We want to protect our border."
PeÃ±a Nieto has expressed interest in meeting with trump before he takes office on January 20. This will be their second meeting. At the same time, peÃ±a Nieto spoke by telephone with outgoing President Barack Obama on the progress in bilateral relations between the two countries, including economic growth, the fight against organized crime, and migration.
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