Malkin: Mexico Has Been 'Put on Notice' by Trump
On "Hannity" tonight, Michelle Malkin praised President Donald Trump for keeping his campaign promise to crack down on illegal immigration.
On Wednesday, Trump signed two executive orders that cover a range of immigration enforcement measures, including starting the wall on the southern border and threatening sanctuary cities with a cut-off of funding.
Malkin said that Mexico has effectively been "put on notice," as has every member of the "America last alliance."
"There are a lot of unhappy people. It's not just the Mexican government," Malkin said. "It's the Democrat establishment and all of these lawbreaking, coddling mayors across the country."
Hannity noted that Mexico is in a much worse negotiating position than the U.S. when it comes to who will pay for the wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Malkin agreed and pointed out that when it comes to Mexico's own southern border, suddenly sovereignty, walls and blockades are regarded as necessary.
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