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Trump Revises History on Mexico’s Wall Payment

FactCheck.org Friday, 11 January 2019
Trump Revises History on Mexico’s Wall PaymentPresident Donald Trump, who campaigned on a promise that Mexico would pay for a border wall, now misleadingly claims he never meant that Mexico would “write out a check” to pay for it. His campaign at least twice laid out specific methods of direct payment.

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News video: Trump Contradicts Himself, Says Mexico Was Never Going To Write A Check

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Business Insider reports President Donald Trump contradicted his campaign promise to make Mexico pay for a wall along the US border on Thursday. The president told reports, "When during the campaign, I would say Mexico is going to pay for it, obviously I never said this and I never meant they're...

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