ERROL PARKER | Editor-at-large | Contact
The President Of The United States has crossed the Mexican border for the first time in a few months this afternoon in a thinly-veiled attempt to outshine and show up his North Korea counterpart.
Just yesterday, Kim Jong-un crossed into South Korea (which the North is legally still in a state of war with) for historic peace talks with his Southern counterpart, Moon Jae-in.
Speaking exclusively to The Advocate, Mr Trump said that he was looking forward to closing a ‘sad chapter’ in American history.
“Even though I have said some bad things about Mexico, I’m still mature enough to visit Mexico to bury the hatchet,” he said.
“This is the first time I’ve been to Mexico this year and from what I’ve seen, things have changed a great deal. Things have changed for the better. I like it, I don’t think it’d be wise to continue this defacto state of war that we’ve been at for the past few years.”
“I’m not about to tear down a wall that hasn’t already been built but I’m open to continuing talks. I’m not going to denuclearise or anything, but these talks herald a new beginning in relations between our two nations! Hip hip, hooray!”
The Advocate reached out to the Mexican consulate in the Old City District for comment and received a prompt response.
Consular General Pepito Suarez explained that not much would change after the talks.
“Whatever,” he said.
“Do you want to head down the Dolphins Club and try to beat me in air hockey?”
More to come.