The construction of a border wall between Mexico and the United States was at the cornerstone of Donald Trump’s election campaign. Now with Mexico refusing to fund the construction of the wall – as President Trump had argued it would – the administration has suggested that the cost could be recouped via 20 percent tax on Mexican imports. Stuart […]
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