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Former Mexican President Vicente Fox, who has been one of the most high-profile global critics of President Trump, joined Laura Ingraham Thursday night to debate Trump's immigration plan.

Trump's proposal would offer a path to citizenship for approximately 1.8 million so-called "Dreamers," and call for $25 billion in funding for a border wall and security.

"I don't know why you have to tie together these two things," Fox said. "Let's get those kids those kids really supported. They want to stay here. And if not, we welcome them in Mexico. We would love to have them."

Ingraham pointed out that Mexico has difficulty providing its citizens safety and satisfying their economic needs, so they flee to the U.S.

"Why can't you keep your own people happy in your own country?" Ingraham asked. "Are you going to blame Trump for that too?"

She pointed out that while he was in office, Fox deported hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants from Mexico while only giving legal status to approximately 15,000 foreigners without papers.

"You're trashing the United States for deporting Mexicans and other people from our country -- we don't do that much. And meanwhile, you were deporting plenty of people, and you had lots of problems with the way immigrants were treated in the early part especially of your tenure," Ingraham said.

She asked Fox if he believes there should be a border between Mexico and the U.S.

"God didn't create borders," Fox said. "We shouldn't have a border there, like you don't have with Canada. And this will happen in this next generation."

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