Vicente Fox doesn’t hold back when it comes to his feelings about Trump.
Vicente Fox, the president of Mexico from 2000 to 2006, doesn’t mince words when it comes to his dislike of Trump.
Time and time again, he has handed Trump his a** with hilarious videos mocking his beloved border wall, his policies, lack of experience….
He dropped the f-bomb live during an interview with CNN host Alisyn Camerota in August 2017. Camerota asked Fox if he thought the current Mexican President, Enrique Pena Nieto, was forceful enough in his January 2017 conversation with Trump when it came to explaining to Trump that Mexico would never pay for his border wall.
“You can use my words: We’ll never pay for that f–ing wall,” Fox responded, adding: “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.”
Although Trump remains a near constant target for Fox on Twitter, this has been particularly entertaining, as Fox has blasted him consistently this month on a variety of different issues plaguing Trump and his swamp-like administration.
For instance, Fox spent considerable time earlier this month taking on Trump’s beloved border wall, occasionally interacting with celebrities such as Mark Hamill who tweeted: “Mexico has clearly stated it will NEVER pay for a wall, so that’s the one I want…NONE!”
Fox responded, tweeting: “That’s right, @HamillHimself! Not today nor never … although, I’d gladly pitch in to build a wall around Mar-a-Lago while he’s golfing.”
When Chelsea Handler posted “Melania would be deported under new immigration rules,” Fox replied: “Well well well, @realDonaldTrump, what goes around, comes around, huh? The U.S. is a Great Nation!!! Built by great migrants, NOT such like you!! Calm down and fade away into the darkness.”
Fox has also taken the time to mock Trump over his economic programs this month, in one instance tweeting: “[email protected] are you aware that last year, the overall U.S. deficit increased 12% and with Mexico increased 10%. Are you finally realizing that economy doesn’t work as you thought it did? Welcome to the real world!”
In another instance, he mocked Trump for the massive stock market crash earlier this month, tweeting: “@realDonaldTrump, I don’t see any tweet about today’s plunge. You were handed a stable economy, sooner or later it was going to drop. Tweer the real thing not lies.”
You can watch him in action, taking on Trump’s wall in the clip below that he retweeted the last day of January of this year.
— ATTN: (@attn) January 31, 2018