Not a Dime: Trump’s Firm Reply!

In a recent appearance on “One Nation” with host Brian Kilmeade, former President Donald Trump commented on the diminished respect that foreign leaders seem to hold for President Joe Biden and his administration. The discussion was sparked by Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s comments during an interview with CBS’ “60 Minutes.”

Kilmeade referred to López Obrador’s statement that Mexico would not alter its border policies unless the U.S. revised its stance on Cuba and Venezuela. Trump elaborated on López Obrador’s position, noting that the Mexican president had essentially demanded $10 billion from the U.S. merely for discussions to proceed. Trump asserted that such a request would never have been made during his tenure, emphasizing a perceived lack of respect for the current U.S. leadership.

The conversation delved into López Obrador’s additional demands, which he had articulated in January, including the lifting of sanctions on Cuba and Venezuela, a proposal for the U.S. to provide $20 billion annually in aid to Latin American and Caribbean countries, and a call for legal status for Mexican undocumented immigrants residing in the U.S.

López Obrador warned that the migration flow to the U.S. would persist unless his conditions were met, highlighting the ongoing challenges at the southern U.S. border.

Trump wrapped up his interview with Kilmeade by emphasizing the critical nature of the upcoming November 5th election day. He voiced concerns about the country’s direction and stressed that significant changes must occur on this date to avert further decline, suggesting the very existence of the country as known today was at stake.