Mexican leaders expressed outrage at US President Donald Trump's trade and immigration policies ahead of a Thursday meeting with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
US President Trump has warned that tough talks lie ahead on the future of NAFTA, indicating that the US could withdraw. Trudeau has said he is optimistic about the deal's fate but admitted there was room for improvement.
Mexico's human rights chief said the plan to deport non-Mexicans to Mexico was "hostile" and "unacceptable." Top White House representatives are in Mexico to walk the country through new laws.
The US border agency has awarded contracts for construction companies to build non-concrete prototypes for the Mexican border wall. But the question of who will pay remains unanswered.
In a surprising escalation of tensions over an ongoing political crisis, Trump has raised the prospect of military action in Venezuela. The Pentagon has said the White House has not issued any orders to the military.
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