After nine days of uncertainty, Mr. Trump backed down and accepted Mexico's promises.
Donald Trumpreturned to the offensive over criticism of his immigration deal with Mexico on Monday, accusing the New York Times of "sick journalism" for a report which said key components of the deal, announced on Friday, had been agreed for months. It's still an accomplishment to get Mexico to commit openly to fuller, more urgent cooperation with the U.S. "And yet we charge them very little for French wine", Trump said in an interview with CNBC anchors on Monday after last week's Normandy trip. For a long time, for many years, people tried to get what we got in a period of a couple of days, and they couldn't get it.
He said that United States negotiators had wanted Mexico to commit to "zero migrants" crossing its territory, but according to Mr Ebrard, that was "mission impossible".
Mexico said Monday it will discuss a "safe third country" agreement with the United States - in which migrants entering Mexican territory must apply for asylum there rather than the USA - if the flow of undocumented immigrants continues.
He also warned Mexico he would put his threat of tariffs into place if they did not decrease the number of illegal immigrants crossing the border.
During the talks last week, Mexican sources said officials were resisting safe third country status, which would mean migrants seeking asylum would have to make such a request in the first safe country they crossed.
U.S. border officers apprehended more than 132,000 people crossing from Mexico in May, the highest monthly level since 2006.
Zelda: Breath of the Wild sequel in the works
It's not often we get direct sequels in the Zelda franchise, so Breath of the Wild is certainly a whole new beast entirely. And with no release window for the game in sight, it's unlikely that more details will come anytime soon.
"I think the president has completely overblown what he purports to have achieved", Beto O'Rourke, a presidential contender, told ABC on Sunday.
Mexico and the United States might consider additional steps next month to restrict irregular immigration from Central America, Mexico's foreign minister said on Monday as the U.S. president renewed his threat to impose tariffs if certain aspects of a deal reached last week were not implemented.
Speculation quickly turned to the idea that he was alluding to an agreement that would allow asylum seekers to stay in a third country while awaiting their decisions - a "Safe Third" deal. And he said that Mexico was working on a proposal to establish a regional refuge system in conjunction with the United Nations and the governments of Guatemala, Panama and Brazil - three countries that are often starting points for migrants.
The deal would also send the Mexican National Guard police force to its own southern border, where many Central Americans enter Mexico.
He said the tax on those goods would increase each month the problem persisted until October, when it would cap at 25 per cent.
Mr. Trump also hinted at a secret side deal as part of the negotiations and said he will consider reviving his tariff threat unless it happens.
The president called the story "fake news" and insisted the deal was brand new. Instead, Trump has to look to Mexico, and given the blunderbuss weapon he was wielding, the deal that was announced over the weekend is welcome, and better than could reasonably have been expected.
Botswana's High Court ruled on Tuesday to decriminalise same-sex relations, making it the latest African nation to do so. It also contrasts with Kenya's recent ruling against campaigners seeking to overturn laws on gay sex, the BBC reported.
Washington has put Huawei on a blacklist that effectively bars US firms from selling to the company without government approval. They don't want to exactly say that, so they go out and try to buy the companies.
Marcus Stoinis is out of Wednesday's World Cup match against Pakistan with a side strain, and is a risk for the whole tournament. Stoinis is set for a brief spell on the sidelines after picking up a side strain in the match against India last Sunday.
HMD Global has revealed the newest affordable smartphone. the Nokia 2 .2, and it costs €99 (R1657.26) according to Hypertext. The devices aren't guaranteed to receive two years of major Android OS updates and three years of security patch updates.
Each recruited character will be able to perform unique tasks and abilities whether it be infiltration, combat, or drone-hacking. Pre-order now and get the Golden King pack, featuring a mask and golden skins for a pistol and vehicles!
One of the issues for Indian oil companies is their requirement to sell below market to subsidize prices in their home country. The US pulled out of the agreement earlier this year as President Trump claimed he was looking for a better deal.
Matt Purslow, IGN's News Editor, reacted entirely positively to the reveal, but not only because it fills this obvious gap. It's in this component of the new battle system that you can really see the DNA of old-school Final Fantasy show through.
PM Modi's visit comes close on the heels of serial bombings in the country which killed 250 and wounded another 500. The latest crisis erupted ahead of a visit to Sri Lanka by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday.
A furious Amy blasts Molly-Mae for trying to monopolise "three of the seven boys" in the villa. "They're both really good people". However, Amber continued to play it cool leaving Love Island fans waiting to see whether things will heat up between them.
Dozens of journalists from state news agencies signed an open letter calling for the charges against him to be dismissed. The Kremlin admitted on Monday that mistakes had possibly been made in the handling of the case.
Vikings signing TE Rudolph to 4-year extension
Rudolph's previous deal, set to expire after 2019, carried a $7.625 million cap hit this season for a team in dire need of space. It will be interesting to see how Rudolph's deal is structured and how much money is guaranteed.
Bedroom Light at Night Might Boost Women's Weight
That being said, a direct link between artificial light in a bedroom and overall weight gain is still a bit startling to see. They weren't shift workers, daytime sleepers or pregnant when the study began.
HTC launches two new phones, surprising everyone
While there is no 3.5mm audio jack, the device comes with HTC BoomSound Hi-Fi dual speakers with stereo surround sound effect. The 4/64GB model is set to cost TWD 9,990 ($318 or €280) while the 6/128GB variant will retail at TWD 10,990 ($350 or €310).
Nizar Zakka: Iran frees detained Lebanese businessman
General Security confirmed Zakka's imminent return and said he was set to meet Lebanese President Michel Aoun at Baabda Palace. The potential release of Zakka, an internet freedom advocate, comes as tensions between Iran and the U.S. remain high.
Police in Hungary lift capsized tourist boat from Danube
Several bodies have been recovered from wreckage during the salvaging of a tour boat that sank in the Danube River in Budapest. The captain was held under suspicion of misconduct in waterborne traffic leading to mass casualties, police have said.
UK PM candidate Gove taunts Boris: 'Don't pull out'
The remaining candidates will go into the first round of voting on Thursday, where they must each secure at least 17 votes. Former Foreign Minister Boris Johnson is now the bookies favorite to replace May.
Final Fantasy VIII Remaster Reportedly On The Way
Square Enix debuted the launch trailer for the Final Fantasy XIV: Shadowbringers expansion during its E3 2019 press conference. Final Fantasy VIII Remastered will be coming later this year on PlayStation 4 , Xbox One, Nintendo Switch , and PC on Steam .
McIlroy earns share of Canadian Open lead
On top of the US (2011) and British (2014) Opens, McIlroy has also won the Australian (2013) and Irish Opens (2016). Shane Lowry (66) and Brandt Snedeker (69) were also 12 under. 17 is the first time kind of popped in my head.