Crowd In Michigan Erupts Into "Build The Wall!" Chant When Donald Trump Brings Up Trade, Auto Industry


At a rally Friday morning in Michigan, Donald Trump called on Former Mexican President Vicente Fox to apologize for dropping an "f-bomb" about his Wall, leads a chant of "Build the wall!" and actually goes into some detail about his immigration and trade policies with Mexico.

When he brought up the subject of "immigration, trade, borders, and cars," the crowd began to spontaneously cheer: "Build the wall! Build the wall! Build the wall!"

"Don't worry folks," Trump said, smiling. "We're going to be building the wall."

"And who is going to pay for it?" he called.

"Mexico!" returned the crowd.

"We've come a long way" towards getting the wall built, Trump explained. "[Vicente Fox] said he will not pay for the wall... He said "I will not," meaning Mexico will not pay for the "F" wall and I thought it was a horrible thing. What's interesting is that at going up. At least now he knows the wall is going to be built. He didn't say we are not going to allow a wall. In other words, we've come a long way."

"Mexico is becoming the car capital of the world, whether you like it or not," Trump admitted, as the crowd booed. He moved on to explaining how he would estbalish tarrifs for American companies manufacturing in Mexico.

"We're not playing games. We are not going to play games. There's no, no, no games with us. You know, the thing that bothered me about ex-president Fox is the arrogance, the way -- you know, it wasn't so much the wall, it wasn't that we are not going to pay and they are not going to pay for the wall, what he said, it was he couldn't believe that the United States would actually be asking them for something. The arrogance. He couldn't believe. How dare you ask us. The hatred and the arrogance of this guy. Because they're used to getting their way 100%. They're not going to get their way anymore, folks. They're not getting their way."

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