Donald trump is considering a tax of 20% on imports from Mexico, as payment for the southern border wall, but the President is still weighing other options.
Press Secretary of the White house Sean Spicer told reporters on Air Force One on Thursday that trump supported the proposal and discussed this point with Republicans in Congress in a closed session. After a few hours, the background noise, Spicer said he just put forward one idea and trump is considering to show how the administration could Fund a multibillion-dollar construction of the wall on the southern border of the United States.
"Part of our goal today was to demonstrate that there is a simple way - or several ways - to create surveys, because the cost of walls in the big picture really are not so significant," he said.
In turn, the President of Mexico, Enrique peö?a Nieto has canceled a planned meeting with trump after the U.S. President signed a decree on Wednesday, relieving the process of construction of boundary wall and promised again that will force Mexico to pay for the wall - what Mexico categorically rejects. Spicer also said Thursday night that the revenues from the tax on Mexican imports or other sources of income not related to direct payment from the Mexican government will keep the promise campaign trump to force Mexico to pay for the border wall.
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