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Trump claimed that Mexico will pay for the border wall 'indirectly by the great new trade deal.' That's just not how it works.

Business Insider Kent SmithKent SmithDonald TrumpDonald Trump
Wednesday, 9 January 2019 ()

Trump claimed that Mexico will pay for the border wall 'indirectly by the great new trade deal.' That's just not how it works.· President Donald Trump reiterated an argument about the wall along with the US-Mexico border during a primetime Oval Office speech.
· Trump argued that Mexico will pay for the border wall "indirectly" via the new US-Mexico-Canada trade deal.
· Most economists and trade experts say that is not the case.

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