Mexico is offering aid for Hurricane Harvey victims in Texas
Mexico's Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray spoke with Texas Governor Greg Abbott Sunday night, and offered to send aid for the devastation and victims from Hurricane Harvey, according to the Dallas Morning News. The Mexican government has been in communication with Texas to determine how to best provide assistance, declaring their commitment to help "as good neighbors should always do in trying times."
- Following Hurricane Katrina, Mexico sent food, troops, medicine, and water to New Orleans.
- Meanwhile: Also on Sunday night, President Trump tweeted that Mexico is one of the highest crime nations and demanded that they pay for the wall.
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