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Trump Demands Mexico Deal With Cartels: “Take Care of Bad Hombres” Or U.S. Troops Will

by Mac Slavo, SHTFPlan:

One thing is for certain, a new sheriff is in town.

Well, the phrase is underwhelming given the enormous power now (unduly) vested in the executive branch. But President Trump’s stylings as an international negotiator and commander-in-chief harken back to a simpler and more brazen day from the Old West, and he isn’t just shaking hands and promising to work on nebulous issues of cooperation.

With promises to build a wall, scale back immigration, send back criminals and welfare dependents and cut off the parasitism from South of the border, President Trump is now demanding that the Mexico President, Pena Nieto – widely viewed as a weak leader – stop the cartels if he could.


As the Associated Press reports:

President Donald Trump threatened in a phone call with his Mexican counterpart to send U.S. troops to stop “bad hombres down there” unless the Mexican military does more to control them, according to an excerpt of a transcript of the conversation obtained by The Associated Press.

“You have a bunch of bad hombres down there, and we’re going to get them out,” Trump told Pena Nieto, according to the excerpt given to AP. “You aren’t doing enough to stop them. I think your military is scared. Our military isn’t, so I just might send them down to take care of it.”

A person with access to the official transcript of the phone call provided only that portion of the conversation to The Associated Press. The person gave it on condition of anonymity because the administration did not make the details of the call public.

The report described Trump as humiliating Pena Nieto in a confrontational conversation.

Openly humiliating another world leader is not the path that the past several presidents have taken. So this is certainly news.

If this report is accurate (Mexico has officially denied it, but another Mexican press agency confirmed that something like this conversation took place), it is a whole new ball game. Sending U.S. troops to take on Mexican gang violence that has claimed that lives of tens of thousands and made true stability and prosperity south of the border absolutely impossible, would be completely unprecedented in the 20th or 21st Centuries, and after decades of officially friendly relations – setting things back to about 1850 when the two countries were last at war.

Of course, just the opposite has been offered from our neighbor to the South. Former Secretary of Foreign Affairs for Mexico, Jorge Castañeda Gutman, made a veiled threat on CNN to attack the U.S., supposing that if the U.S. ended the incentive for friendly cooperation, Mexico might unleash a new wave of cartel violence upon America – on purpose and with a vengeance.

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3 comments to Trump Demands Mexico Deal With Cartels: “Take Care of Bad Hombres” Or U.S. Troops Will

  • Ed_B

    “… President Trump is now demanding that the Mexico President, Pena Nieto – widely viewed as a weak leader – stop the cartels if he could.”

    Mexico is one of the, if not THE, most corrupt places on Earth. The Mexican Gov is weak and a lot of it has been bribed by the cartels. If the Mexican Gov wanted to be rid of the cartels and was able to do so, they would have by now. But they have not because Mexico is a poverty- stricken nation where bribes are one of the few ways that exist to make substantial money.

  • f16hoser

    I predict Trump will win a second term in a Landslide. Assuming he runs.

  • cmore

    If What I have heard in the past is true taking on the cartels means taking on the CIA. Trump has the true enemy in this country and they will top him by any means at their disposal.

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