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Trump Says 'Not Enough' Progress Made In High-Stakes U.S.-Mexico Talks

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According to Reuters, Mexican and U.S. officials are set to resume talks in Washington on Thursday aimed at averting an imposition of tariffs on Mexican goods. Trump unexpectedly told Mexico last week to take a harder line on illegal immigration or face 5% tariffs on all its exports to the United States starting on Monday. In a tweet Trump said that immigration discussions at the White House with representatives of Mexico were running smoothly, saying "Progress is being made, but not nearly enough!"

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