U.S. presidential nominee Trump and Mexico's President Pena Nieto arrive for a press conference in Mexico City

Mexican senator to propose anti-Trump expropriation law

U.S. presidential nominee Trump and Mexico's President Pena Nieto arrive for a press conference in Mexico CityBy Dave Graham MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – A Mexican senator is proposing legislation to empower the government to retaliate if a U.S. administration led by Donald Trump inflicts expropriations or economic losses on his country to make it pay for a border wall. Republican presidential nominee Trump has vowed to have Mexico fund the planned wall to keep out illegal immigrants if he is elected, and threatened to fund it by blocking remittances sent home by Mexicans living in the United States. Armando Rios Piter, an opposition senator for the center-left Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD), will next week present the initiative he hopes will protect Mexicans, and highlight the risks of targeting them economically.

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