Mexico's former President Vicente Fox Quesada has suggested him to behave like a President and 'quit Twitter'.
Soon after US President Donald Trump took to micro-blogging site Twitter and blasted off a leading US daily accusing it for doing wrong coverage, Mexico’s former President Vicente Fox Quesada has suggested him to behave like a President and ‘quit Twitter’. In a reply to Trump’s tweet on New York Times, Quesada wrote: “”Donald, you’re a president. Behave like one. These rants are child play. Quit twitter, start being presidential.”
Donald, you’re a president. Behave like one. These rants are child play. Quit twitter, start being presidential. https://t.co/Jv1w6ceQiM
— Vicente Fox Quesada (@VicenteFoxQue) February 4, 2017
This is not for the first time that Quesada has spoken to Doanld Trump using 140 characters. For some time now, former Mexican president has been using the micro-blogging site to hit out at the newly elected US president. As soon as press secretary Sean Spicer insisted ‘Mexico will pay’ for the border wall, Quesada made his views clear. He tweeted, “Sean Spicer, I’ve said this to @realDonaldTrump and now I’ll tell you: Mexico is not going to pay for that fucking wall. #FuckingWall.”
— Vicente Fox Quesada (@VicenteFoxQue) January 25, 2017
Since Trump revealed his plans for a wall between Mexico and the US during his campaign trail, the former Mexico president has been vocal in opposing to the “racist monument”. He has been loud in the language he uses to do so, not just on Twitter, but in various media interviews.
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The US government has recently announced that it will pay the total amount of $8 billion for constructing the wall and then will bill its neighbour. However, Mexico has affirmatively denied do so. As per various media reports, House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan said that there are a lot of different ways of getting Mexico to contribute to doing this.