Monday, 6 February 2017

Reversing the Charges

President Trump has admitted that he is frustrated with Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto’s ‘lack of respect’ while beginning the process of building a massive wall along the US-Mexico border. 
He added that he is open to meeting for talks at ‘any given time’ once his counterpart agrees to fund the ambitious project. 
The President said: ‘President Piñata (sic) is disrespectful. To use a real-world concept, if I kicked someone square in the balls, it wouldn’t be unreasonable to expect them to pay for some kind of crotch-shielding device.’
‘If he keeps up this dangerous and threatening approach, I may be forced to unfollow him on Twitter.’
‘They will fund this wall in one way or another. We import 400 million Taco shells every day from these guys, and we will tax the hell out of these products.’
‘Tortilla wraps as well – most of that stuff gives me the Aztec Two-Step anyway so it won’t be any great loss.’
In this heated press conference, the President was also asked if he was adopting a tough approach to imports from Canada. 
He replied: ‘We don’t have a problem with the snow Mexicans at the present time, but a future wall on the US-Canada border would be incredibly costly due to the length that would be required.’
‘We are prepared to sell the moon to the Japanese if it comes to that. They’re interested – they told me so.’
SNN

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