One of Donald Trump’s loudest promises from the campaign trail – and one that arguably brought on the greatest amount of resistance and howling from the left – was his vow to build a wall along America’s southern borders.
He also promised to make Mexico pay for it, something that didn’t sit well with that country’s president, Enrique Pena Nieto, who labeled Trump a racist.
Meanwhile, some in the conservative field doubted his ability to build a wall, saying neither political will nor financial realities would permit it.
But it appears Trump may already be taking steps to move his plans to shovel-ready mode.
From the Hill: “Should President-elect Donald Trump follow through on his promise to build a wall on the U.S. southern border, a Mexican cement company is ready to step in. According to a report from Reuters Wednesday, Grupo Cementos de Chihuahua (GCC) has offered to do the job.”
Isn’t that interesting. The mainstream media would have it believed that Trump is terrifying, and that people the world over are fearful of his so-called racist ways. But even Mexico wants jobs.
“We can’t be choosy,” Enrique Escalante, chief executive of GCC told Reuters. “We’re an important producer in that area and we have to respect our clients on both sides of the border.”