Previous President of Mexico, Vicente Fox made some statements about the wall that Donald Trump dream about in the border between Mexico and USA which he believed that Mexican Government will pay the costs of it. On Thursday Fox was so pissed off that he directly stated “I am not gonna pay that f***ing wall!” in one of his interview. Then Donald Trump quickly answered on Twitter with his Tweet that he should apologize and if he would do the same thing everybody would go insane. We believe that Trump should think twice about why everyone would go mad if he would do that.
“I’m not going to pay for that f***ing wall. He should pay for it,” Fox told Fusion’s Jorge Ramos in an interview published Thursday.
Trump quickly responded on Twitter.
“FMR PRES of Mexico, Vicente Fox horribly used the F word when discussing the wall. He must apologize! If I did that there would be a uproar!” he tweeted.
Fox, who was president from 2000-2006, also pushed back on Trump’s claim that he was winning support among Latinos, after entrance polls at Tuesday’s Nevada caucuses showed him winning Latino Republican caucusgoers.
“Please, you Hispanics, Latinos in the U.S., open your eyes. It’s not to defend our race. Not to defend our creed. It’s to defend this very same nation that is hosting you. This nation is going to fail if it goes into the hands of a crazy guy,” Fox told Fusion.
Trump has often insisted that he will build a wall along the border and convince Mexico to pay for it. The promise is a staple of his campaign and has often been turned into a call-and-response at his rallies, where he asks supporters who will pay for the wall and they yell back, “Mexico!”
Pope Francis said last week that Trump “is not Christian” if he seeks to build a wall and deport undocumented immigrants.
Two former Mexican presidents said in separate interviews with The Washington Post that the xenophobic rhetoric of Donald Trump and the other Republicans running for president has damaged U.S.-Mexico relations and changed the way many Mexicans view Americans.
Vicente Fox and Felipe Calderón, who led Mexico from 2000 to 2012, said that insults from the Republicans — along with the rapturous reception such comments receive at huge rallies — show a new, alarming strain of anti-Mexican racism.
“Trump is saying stupid things, but the problem is that 40 percent of Republicans say, ‘Yes, you’re right,’?” said Fox, 73, a former Coca-Cola executive who has long identified with the Republican Party. “They are hearing the prophet telling them that he is going to take them to the promised land. But he is going to lead everybody into the desert to die of hunger and thirst. He is a false prophet.”
In a recent interview on his ranch in central Mexico, Fox said he can scarcely believe what he’s hearing from his northern neighbor: threats of mass deportations of Mexicans and other undocumented workers, revoking birthright citizenship, building a multibillion-dollar wall to keep Mexicans out — and sticking Mexico with the bill.
Asked about Trump’s assertion that he was going to get Mexico to pay for his proposed border wall, Fox said bluntly: “Fuck it.”