2019 United States Border closure
The 2019 United States Border closure is an April 2019 proposal by United States President Donald Trump to completely close the land border between United States and Mexico. Experts claim that if the border were closed, the United States would run out of avocados. It is also stated that because Mexico is Arizona's largest trading partner, that export income of US $682 million (30% of all of their exports) could be lost.
- "Threat of border closure looms, as Trump considers appointing immigration czar". kcbd.com. Retrieved Apr 2, 2019.
- "America Would Run Out Of Avocados In 3 Weeks If President Trump Closes US-Mexico Border, Experts Warn". Apr 1, 2019. Retrieved Apr 2, 2019.
- "What would happen in Arizona if Trump closed the border?". azcentral. Retrieved Apr 2, 2019.
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