Vicente Fox doesn’t hold back when it comes to Trump and his continued threats to build a border wall between the USA and Mexico.
Vicente Fox, the president of Mexico from 2000 to 2006, doesn’t mince words when it comes to his dislike of Trump.
Last week he took to Twitter on several occasions to Mock Trump.
“@realDonaldTrump leaving on vacation, huh? What for? If you’re not happy with your job, just leave. After all, it was never for you.” he wrote.
In the wake of all the White House shake-ups last week, Fox tweeted: “Hey Trump, I’m watching this really bad reality TV show with low ratings called Survivor White House. I can’t change the channel. Sad!”
A frequent topic of Fox’s contempt is Trump’s ongoing threat/promise to build a border wall between the USA and Mexico. Fox posted a YouTube video the first week of June mocking Trump’s beloved wall. Using a crude drawing of a wall and a ladder, Fox explains in one part of the video how a $25 ladder can beat a $25 million dollar wall.
Last week, he posted a tweet using colorful language, telling Trump that Mexico is not going to pay for his ‘f-ing’ wall.
“@realDonaldTrump once again I tell you: we’re not paying for the #FuckingWall! Don’t try use us for your own good.”
On Friday morning, Fox reiterated his colorful language about Mexico not paying for President Trump’s proposed border wall using that same salty language during an interview with CNN host Alisyn Camerota.
Camerota asked Fox if he thought the current Mexican President, Enrique Pena Nieto, was forceful enough in his January conversation with Trump.
“Do you think the president of Mexico should have been more forceful in saying it’s never going to happen?” she asked in regards to whether Mexico would ever pay for Trump’s beloved border wall.
“You can use my words: We’ll never pay for that f–ing wall,” Fox said.
Continuing, he added: “Who can think of a country paying for a wall that is going to be built in the neighbor’s territory? Why should Mexico pay for a wall? What’s the reason? We don’t need a wall.”
Immediately, Camerota’s face dropped, and for the remainder of time Fox spoke, kept her lips pursed. As soon as Fox was done answering her question, she said, “I apologize to our morning audience for the salty language this morning. Perhaps I should have taken that offer for the five-second delay.”