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PetersSmith
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8/31/2016 8:39:27 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
Donald Trump has decided that he will accept the invitation to meet with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto in Mexico City. Shockingly, senior Mexican officials were surprised by this, where some have even continued to insult him for this decision. Nieto said that he organized the meeting to "promote the interests of Mexico in the world and, principally, to protect Mexicans wherever they are." Apparently, there will be much anonymity due to security concerns. Clinton said that this meeting really does not matter, rather what matters is what he says in Arizona on the status of the millions of illegal immigrants. Previously, Nieto has likened Trump to Adolf Hitler and was immensely agitated by Trump's rhetoric against Mexicans. He also previously claimed that there is no way Mexico can pay for the Trump Wall (https://www.washingtonpost.com...).

A Mexican News Paper has wrote: "It"s not possible for Mexicans here, and even more so for those who live in the United States, to ignore the criticism and threats that Trump has launched across the border in recent months...you don"t have to be an expert to understand that his presence in Mexico is to change...gain immigrant sympathy, something that seems almost impossible." An opposition senator, Miguel Barbosa, said, "Your presence in Mexico is not welcome. Get out! You come to take a photo with those you"ve offended." And also added that this was a major political error for Nieto. Stephen K. Bannon, Trump's new campaign chief executive, was hinted at planning this (http://www.breitbart.com...).

However, not all of the reactions are negative. "This is an extraordinarily surprising, but welcome, development, whether it ends up happening or not," said Andrew Selee, a Mexico expert at the Wilson Center in Washington. "Mexico is a vital country for U.S. foreign policy and economic interests. The second destination for exports and the country of origin of a tenth of all Americans." (http://www.nzherald.co.nz...). "Wow" is the general reaction from everyone else.

So, what do you think of this development? How do you think the meeting will go down? Do you think Trump is going to seriously reform his policies on immigration? Do you think this is a good move for Trump, or will it be a political blunder? Who will win: Nieto or Trump? Will Trump RKO Nieto out of nowhere? Discuss.
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kevin24018
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8/31/2016 8:47:44 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
I think it could be a good move, but we'll have to see, there have been many instances where he's "blown" the opportunity. I would be interesting to see the Vegas odds. This could be a huge benefit to Americans and Mexicans as well as to Trump personally, it will all depend on what he does, which no one can predict.
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8/31/2016 9:49:00 PM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/31/2016 8:39:27 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
Will Trump RKO Nieto out of nowhere?

This is the most likely outcome
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8/31/2016 10:31:47 PM
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At 8/31/2016 8:39:27 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
Donald Trump has decided that he will accept the invitation to meet with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto in Mexico City. Shockingly, senior Mexican officials were surprised by this, where some have even continued to insult him for this decision. Nieto said that he organized the meeting to "promote the interests of Mexico in the world and, principally, to protect Mexicans wherever they are." Apparently, there will be much anonymity due to security concerns. Clinton said that this meeting really does not matter, rather what matters is what he says in Arizona on the status of the millions of illegal immigrants. Previously, Nieto has likened Trump to Adolf Hitler and was immensely agitated by Trump's rhetoric against Mexicans. He also previously claimed that there is no way Mexico can pay for the Trump Wall (https://www.washingtonpost.com...).

A Mexican News Paper has wrote: "It"s not possible for Mexicans here, and even more so for those who live in the United States, to ignore the criticism and threats that Trump has launched across the border in recent months...you don"t have to be an expert to understand that his presence in Mexico is to change...gain immigrant sympathy, something that seems almost impossible." An opposition senator, Miguel Barbosa, said, "Your presence in Mexico is not welcome. Get out! You come to take a photo with those you"ve offended." And also added that this was a major political error for Nieto. Stephen K. Bannon, Trump's new campaign chief executive, was hinted at planning this (http://www.breitbart.com...).

However, not all of the reactions are negative. "This is an extraordinarily surprising, but welcome, development, whether it ends up happening or not," said Andrew Selee, a Mexico expert at the Wilson Center in Washington. "Mexico is a vital country for U.S. foreign policy and economic interests. The second destination for exports and the country of origin of a tenth of all Americans." (http://www.nzherald.co.nz...). "Wow" is the general reaction from everyone else.

So, what do you think of this development? How do you think the meeting will go down? Do you think Trump is going to seriously reform his policies on immigration? Do you think this is a good move for Trump, or will it be a political blunder? Who will win: Nieto or Trump? Will Trump RKO Nieto out of nowhere? Discuss.

Why do you write about a bunch of topics, but do so objectively and never get involved in the forum topics you create? The end result you are making is a bunch of dead forum topics.
PetersSmith
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9/1/2016 3:41:45 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 8/31/2016 10:31:47 PM, triangle.128k wrote:
At 8/31/2016 8:39:27 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
Donald Trump has decided that he will accept the invitation to meet with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto in Mexico City. Shockingly, senior Mexican officials were surprised by this, where some have even continued to insult him for this decision. Nieto said that he organized the meeting to "promote the interests of Mexico in the world and, principally, to protect Mexicans wherever they are." Apparently, there will be much anonymity due to security concerns. Clinton said that this meeting really does not matter, rather what matters is what he says in Arizona on the status of the millions of illegal immigrants. Previously, Nieto has likened Trump to Adolf Hitler and was immensely agitated by Trump's rhetoric against Mexicans. He also previously claimed that there is no way Mexico can pay for the Trump Wall (https://www.washingtonpost.com...).

A Mexican News Paper has wrote: "It"s not possible for Mexicans here, and even more so for those who live in the United States, to ignore the criticism and threats that Trump has launched across the border in recent months...you don"t have to be an expert to understand that his presence in Mexico is to change...gain immigrant sympathy, something that seems almost impossible." An opposition senator, Miguel Barbosa, said, "Your presence in Mexico is not welcome. Get out! You come to take a photo with those you"ve offended." And also added that this was a major political error for Nieto. Stephen K. Bannon, Trump's new campaign chief executive, was hinted at planning this (http://www.breitbart.com...).

However, not all of the reactions are negative. "This is an extraordinarily surprising, but welcome, development, whether it ends up happening or not," said Andrew Selee, a Mexico expert at the Wilson Center in Washington. "Mexico is a vital country for U.S. foreign policy and economic interests. The second destination for exports and the country of origin of a tenth of all Americans." (http://www.nzherald.co.nz...). "Wow" is the general reaction from everyone else.

So, what do you think of this development? How do you think the meeting will go down? Do you think Trump is going to seriously reform his policies on immigration? Do you think this is a good move for Trump, or will it be a political blunder? Who will win: Nieto or Trump? Will Trump RKO Nieto out of nowhere? Discuss.

Why do you write about a bunch of topics, but do so objectively and never get involved in the forum topics you create? The end result you are making is a bunch of dead forum topics.

Because it is my duty, as a moderator, to remain as objective as possible. And in doing so, I can prevent any doubt that any sort of my moderation, direct or indirect, is politically biased and/or motivated. This is of course in direct contrast to the head moderator, airmax, who is a Jewish Zionist and allows his Zionism to interfere with his judgement.
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"The two most important days in your life is the day you were born, and the day you find out why."
~Mark Twain

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-Doge

"Don't believe everything you read on the internet just because there's a picture with a quote next to it."
~Abraham Lincoln

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triangle.128k
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9/1/2016 3:42:42 AM
Posted: 3 months ago
At 9/1/2016 3:41:45 AM, PetersSmith wrote:
At 8/31/2016 10:31:47 PM, triangle.128k wrote:
At 8/31/2016 8:39:27 PM, PetersSmith wrote:
Donald Trump has decided that he will accept the invitation to meet with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto in Mexico City. Shockingly, senior Mexican officials were surprised by this, where some have even continued to insult him for this decision. Nieto said that he organized the meeting to "promote the interests of Mexico in the world and, principally, to protect Mexicans wherever they are." Apparently, there will be much anonymity due to security concerns. Clinton said that this meeting really does not matter, rather what matters is what he says in Arizona on the status of the millions of illegal immigrants. Previously, Nieto has likened Trump to Adolf Hitler and was immensely agitated by Trump's rhetoric against Mexicans. He also previously claimed that there is no way Mexico can pay for the Trump Wall (https://www.washingtonpost.com...).

A Mexican News Paper has wrote: "It"s not possible for Mexicans here, and even more so for those who live in the United States, to ignore the criticism and threats that Trump has launched across the border in recent months...you don"t have to be an expert to understand that his presence in Mexico is to change...gain immigrant sympathy, something that seems almost impossible." An opposition senator, Miguel Barbosa, said, "Your presence in Mexico is not welcome. Get out! You come to take a photo with those you"ve offended." And also added that this was a major political error for Nieto. Stephen K. Bannon, Trump's new campaign chief executive, was hinted at planning this (http://www.breitbart.com...).

However, not all of the reactions are negative. "This is an extraordinarily surprising, but welcome, development, whether it ends up happening or not," said Andrew Selee, a Mexico expert at the Wilson Center in Washington. "Mexico is a vital country for U.S. foreign policy and economic interests. The second destination for exports and the country of origin of a tenth of all Americans." (http://www.nzherald.co.nz...). "Wow" is the general reaction from everyone else.

So, what do you think of this development? How do you think the meeting will go down? Do you think Trump is going to seriously reform his policies on immigration? Do you think this is a good move for Trump, or will it be a political blunder? Who will win: Nieto or Trump? Will Trump RKO Nieto out of nowhere? Discuss.

Why do you write about a bunch of topics, but do so objectively and never get involved in the forum topics you create? The end result you are making is a bunch of dead forum topics.

Because it is my duty, as a moderator, to remain as objective as possible. And in doing so, I can prevent any doubt that any sort of my moderation, direct or indirect, is politically biased and/or motivated. This is of course in direct contrast to the head moderator, airmax, who is a Jewish Zionist and allows his Zionism to interfere with his judgement.

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