Trump: I want the border closed and we can work with Mexico on a deal

President Donald Trump said the US would close its southern border and “make Mexico pay for the wall” as he outlined his plan for immigration reform in an immigration forum.

“I’m going to make Mexico pay,” Mr Trump told the Border Patrol agents and agents of the U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on Wednesday.

“And we can’t be a country that lets people come in who come in from Mexico who come into the United States and start destroying our country,” Mr Donald Trump added.

“I don’t want people coming in. “

“And we’re making Mexico pay. “

“It’s not a nice thing to do.””

Mr Trump has promised to increase border security measures, including fencing, but has not specified how many new fences he would build.”

It’s not a nice thing to do.”

Mr Trump has promised to increase border security measures, including fencing, but has not specified how many new fences he would build.

In an interview with the Associated Press on Thursday, Mr Trump said he would seek a deal with Mexico that would bring billions of dollars in trade and investment back to the US.

“We’re getting close,” he said.

“There are a lot more things that we can do.

We’re going on the same page.

We want a border that’s a real wall, but we want it to be a wall that’s so big and so beautiful that people can come into this country and work and go home.”

Mr Donald Trump has pledged to build a “beautiful wall” on the southern border of the US, but he has not provided details on what would be built, which would include building fences across the river from Mexico.

The border wall would be a $20 billion project, according to Mr Trump’s website.

Mr Trump’s plan for border security is backed by former Republican presidential candidate Sarah Palin, who has endorsed him.

“Donald Trump has said it’s time to close the border,” Ms Palin told ABC’s This Week.

“That’s his position, and I think it’s an important position.”

But the former Alaska governor has been criticised by many of her supporters for her role in the 2008 financial crisis, which triggered the financial crisis.

“Trump has spent $300 million of his own money on a wall,” Ms Palin told ABC on Wednesday, referring to his campaign’s efforts to build fencing and other measures on the Mexican side of the border.

“But if we don’t have a wall, if we’re spending $300 billion, how can you build a wall?” she added.

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