Trump Defers Tariffs On Mexico After A Signed Agreement Ensuring ‘Strong Measures’ Will Be Brought To ‘Eliminate’ illegal Immigration

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President Donald Trump has suspended planned tariffs against Mexico, saying that an agreement has been reached on border enforcement to stem the tide of illegal migration into the U.S. from Central America.


Trump announced that a deal had been reached in a tweet on Friday, three days before the first tariffs were set to take effect. 

A State Department press released indicated that Mexico had agreed to an ‘enforcement surge’ of National Guard troops at its own southern border, and -crucially – to accept the return of asylum seekers that had crossed through its territory as they await an asylum determination from the U.S. 



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