Spokesperson says Netanyahu’s statement declaring US southern barrier a ‘great idea’ is not a comment on US-Mexico relations
Should the worst scenario occur and Trump does win the election and become President of America, then he will have a lot to learn, but unfortunately he appears not to be for learning.
He states that he would deport millions in his “first hour”, just how would he do that, for to do so, firstly he would have to have millions already in custody and have appropriate transport available. Then what would he do if Mexico refused these millions entry. The days of “gunship diplomacy” have long since gone and also no country today have the resources to do this. He speaks as though his word is law, as a dictator would and he is the one who will be obeyed, not only by America, but any country he himself deems should do so. This is ignorance to an extreme, for a country and other countries are not like companies where the CEO may be able to exert his own power and not take into account any of the consequences in doing so.
If by his actions he bankrupts the company then the rule of law can be relied upon to provide some means to mitigate the effects of bankruptcy. However, if this relates to a country, the rule of law may also be no longer available, so who or what would he then call upon.
As I have said so much to learn, but an unwilling learner, so America be warned your fate is within your own hands.
Donald Trump has vowed to deport millions of people in his “first hour” of office if he becomes president at the end of a day in which he stoked tensions with Mexico over the issue of immigration and who would pay for a border wall. Seeking to end confusion over his aggressive but muddled language on immigration, he vowed to remove those living in the country illegally if he becomes president, warning that failure to do so would jeopardise the “well-being of the American people.”