According to the Chicago Tribune, Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales offered Donald Trump “Cheap Labor” to build the wall across the border with Mexico.
Morales is a funny guy. Before he was elected to office, he rose to fame as a TV comedian.Now, he’s having a laugh at the expense of Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump.
Speaking during a Facebook Live interview by the New York Times en Espanol, Morales offered Trump cheap labor from his country to build the businessman’s proposed wall along the U.S./Mexico border.
Morales said. “To the gentleman who wants to build a wall, I offer cheap labor. We have high quality labor and we’ll gladly build. Tell us the dimensions and we know how to do it.”
When it came to U.S. immigration policy, Morales, who took office earlier this year, offered a more serious take.
Morales added that legalizing undocumented immigrants in the United States would benefit the country because they would “contribute more and pay more taxes.”
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