Former Mexican President: ‘We Shouldn’t Have a Border’ At All

Kathryn Blackhurst, Polizette, January 26, 2018

Former Mexican President Vicente Fox said “we shouldn’t have a border” between the U.S. and Mexico because “God didn’t create borders,” during an interview Thursday on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle.”

Fox, who served as Mexico’s president from 2000 to 2006, debated immigration and border security policies with host Laura Ingraham. The two discussed details of the White House’s new immigration proposal, which includes amnesty for 1.8 million illegal immigrants in exchange for border wall funding, an end to the visa lottery, and major revisions to chain migration.

Following that discussion, Ingraham asked Fox, a highly visible and vocal critic of President Donald Trump, if the U.S. should have any borders at all with Mexico.

“Should we have any border with Mexico at this point? Do we need a border, really?” Ingraham asked.

Although Fox admitted “there is no choice” but to have a border,” he said he would prefer not to have any borders between the U.S. and Mexico.

“God didn’t create borders. We shouldn’t have a border,” {snip}

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The former Mexican president insisted that Mexicans who illegally entered the U.S. are his “heroes.”

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Although he admitted these facts were true because Mexico “didn’t have the capacity” to deal with immigrants,” the former Mexican president insisted Mexicans who illegally entered the U.S. are his “heroes.”

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