This one is a little longer than usual.
Mexico is paying (indirectly) for the Wall through the new USMCA, the replacement for NAFTA! Far more money coming to the U.S. Because of the tremendous dangers at the Border, including large scale criminal and drug inflow, the United States Military will build the Wall!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 19, 2018
Trump: Who’s going to pay for the wall??
Crowd: Mexico indirectly through the new USMCA replacement for NAFTA!!
Crowd: Mexico indirectly through the new …
— Winnipeg Scofflaws (@wpgscofflaws) December 19, 2018
I remember the old Trump 2016 campaign call and response like it was yesterday :
Trump: What'll we do?
Crowd: Build the wall!
Trump: Who'll pay for it?
Crowd: Mexico, indirectly, through unverifiable future savings from mild changes to existing trade pacts! https://t.co/w8fDZp68R5
— Robert Maguire (@RobertMaguire_) December 19, 2018
TRUMP and who’s gonna pay for the wall?
CROWD Mexico, indirectly! https://t.co/DVC5pBst5v
— Dave Itzkoff (@ditzkoff) December 19, 2018
And Trump asked the adoring crowd, “who’s going to pay for it?” And the crowd responded in unison, “Mexico!” And then the crowd shouted, at the tops of their lungs, “(indirectly)!”
— Artistic Steel Slats Michael (@mermtm) December 19, 2018
Yes, because that’s how you presented it during the campaign…
TRUMP: And who’s paying for the wall?!?!
[IN HUSHED UNISON]: Indirectly…
— Just Mya 🌊 (@last1yoususpect) December 19, 2018
(meanwhile, at next Trump rally…)
And WHO'S gonna pay for it?
Crowd: MEXICO, ALBEIT INDIRECTLY!!!
— Christopher (@singletrack25) December 19, 2018
The most famous slogan of Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign gets a 2018 make over.
“Who’s going to pay for the Wall?”
— Paul Danahar (@pdanahar) December 19, 2018