Mexican Legislator Climbs U.S. Border, Calls Trump's Wall Idea 'Absurd' [VIDEO]

U.S. - Mexico Border
Mexican Delegate Braulio Guerra sitting on the wall. Photo: Screenshoot / Youtube

Mexican Delegate Braulio Guerra of the ruling Partido Revolucionario Institucional (Institutional Revolutionary Party or PRI) climbed, according to him, with no problem, the dividing wall in the border city of Tijuana to demonstrate U.S. President Donald Trump that his idea of building a barrier between the two countries is "absurd" and "unnecessary."

In the video we can see Guerra sitting on top of the wall with United States in the background. "Friends, I'm on the wall. Sitting on the dividing wall in the border of Mexico and the United States," explains the deputy. "Check in these eight meters. More less, 10 to eight meters, how easy is to climb It." continued the Mexican.

According to Guerra, what he did as an evidence of how illogical the idea of spending fifteen billion dollars in a new border wall is. He also mentions that time former President John F. Kennedy expressed: "Look back to Mexico and Latin America and cooperate in their development, the economy, and employment." 

He also Tweeted his feat posting images of the process.

All this happened when the legislator went to that city of Baja California to meet the Mexican migrants and returnees. He proposed economic countermeasures like tax incentives for Mexican companies that hire returnees. 

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