Former Mexican President Condemned Trump- It Backfires Immediately
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Former Mexican President Condemned Trump- It Backfires Immediately

Social media got even more exciting, as former Mexican President Vicente Fox swung at President Trump, in efforts to bash him for possibly shutting down the DREAM Act.

However, social media users were not about to let him get away with it. Here is what he initially wrote:

Earlier, the President vowed to revoke the DACA program but gave Congress a six-month period to find a decent replacement. Nothing has been made official yet, so we have still to see how the situation develops.

The program was first introduced by former President Barack Obama, as a form of aid for illegal immigrants who came to America as children but had no legal documents to stay.

“Failed Mexican presidents are always the leading experts on what’s the real American dream,” said editor for the Daily Caller.

“The people of Mexico deserve a competent, honest government that doesn’t force it’s people to flee for a better future,” responded Terry Schappert. “Work on that, maybe.”

The President has not officially announced he will be ceasing the program. Still, Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), sided with Trump’s proposition, although she was quite vocal in favor of the project.

As far as the contrary side is concerned, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) noted that pulling such a move would be devastating for America. But, hey, isn’t leaving it be costing America’s economy?!

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  1. burvey

    September 8, 2017 at 2:28 am

    First off, wish you would have US people transcribe these who know that Lindsey Graham is a male, and also recognize when a sentence does not make sense. Arrghhh… sites like these show their lack of legitimacy when they are obviously put together by people who don’t understand English or aren’t able to type a clean report. So goes the United States… lack of education and standards anymore.

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