2019 United States Border closure

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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.[1] Experts claim that if the border were closed the United States would run out of avocados.[2] It is also stated that because Mexico is Arizona's largest trading partner, that export income of US $682 million (30 percent of all of their exports) could be lost.[3]

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  1. ^ "Threat of border closure looms, as Trump considers appointing immigration czar". kcbd.com. Retrieved Apr 2, 2019.
  2. ^ "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.
  3. ^ "What would happen in Arizona if Trump closed the border?". azcentral. Retrieved Apr 2, 2019.