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Trump threatens tariffs on cars from Mexico, stays optimistic on China deal


WASHINGTON -- President Donald Trump threatened on Thursday to put tariffs on cars coming from Mexico into the United States if Mexico does not continue to help Washington deal with the immigration situation along the southern U.S. border. Trump told reporters at the White House he would put tariffs on cars or close the border, but he said he may start with the tariffs.

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