Former Mexican president drops the F-bomb TWICE – in a tweet saying that Mexico is ‘not going to pay for that f***ing wall.’

Thursday, January 26, 2017
By Paul Martin

Former Mexican President Vicente Fox lashed out on Twitter upon hearing from Donald Trump and Press Secretary Sean Spicer that Mexico would pay for a wall
Fox, who has used similar language in the past, again said that ‘Mexico is not going to pay for that f***ing wall’
Fox added to this tweet by using the hashtag ‘F***Wall’ as Trump signed an executive order that greenlit building a structure between the two countries

By Nikki Schwab, U.S. Political Reporter
25 January 2017

ormer Mexican President Vicente Fox once again used a four-letter expletive – twice – to tell the world how he felt about the Trump administration’s claims that Mexico would pay for a border wall.

‘Sean Spicer, I’ve said this to Donald Trump and now I’ll tell you: Mexico is not going to pay for that f***ing wall,’ Vicente tweeted.

He added the hashtag ‘F***ingWall’ to enunciate the point.

Five days into the new Trump administration and the president is making good on some of his campaign promises, including signing an executive order today to start the process of building a border wall.

Spicer previewed the plans in today’s press briefing saying the administration wanted to construct a ‘large physical barrier on the southern border.’

‘Building this barrier is more than just a campaign promise, it’s a common sense first step to really securing our porous border,’ Spicer said.

‘This will stem the flow of drugs, crime, illegal immigration into the United States,’ he added.

‘And yes, one way or another, as the president said before, Mexico will pay for it,’ Spicer proclaimed.

First, though, American taxpayers would foot the bill ‘for the sake of speed’ the president said, but Mexico would be paying the money back

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