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Border Wall Between US and Mexico.
Dear Editor: One of the first issues to be addressed by the new Trump administration is regarding the controversial border wall between US and Mexico. Illegal immigration is a hot debate in the US and the wall is one way of stopping new migration from South America into the US. Congress may pay for the border wall through a special spending bill being hashed out over the next two months, footing the cost of President Donald Trump's priority before seeking any refund from Mexico, Republican lawmakers said Wednesday. Trump quickly shifted the focus to the wall Wednesday after he issued an executive order saying that he would rely on a 2006 law to build his signature wall along the southern border. That announcement came to dominate much of the debate among Republican lawmakers gathered in Philadelphia. Mexico will not pay for Donald Trump's border wall, the country's president has said in a message to the nation. Enrique Pena Nieto said he "lamented" the plans for the barrier, adding that "Mexico doesn't believe in walls". But he made no mention of cancelling or postponing a trip to Washington on 31 January to meet the new US president. Mr Trump has signed an executive order for an "impassable physical barrier" and has insisted Mexico would reimburse the US for it. Congressional Republicans escaped Washington Wednesday to try to focus on top issues -- including replacing Obamacare. But Trump swiftly ripped the focus away with his executive action on a border wall and reports that he may reopen the use torture sites outlawed by Congress. Sen. John Thune, the Senate's No. 3 Republican who is co-hosting this week's retreat, responded to reports that Trump may seek to re-open CIA "blacksites" by noting that the issue was "settled law," and Trump would likely have trouble changing the ban on the use of torture. Mexico offers its friendship to the American people and its willingness to reach accords with their government. Agreements that will be in favour of both Mexico and the US. Building a 2,000-mile barrier along the Mexican border was one of Mr Trump's key pledges in the presidential election campaign. He spoke of a "crisis" on the southern US border as he signed the directives during a ceremony at the Department of Homeland Security on Wednesday.
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