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Mexican troops saved American lives after Katrina. Would Trump let them do it again?

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The aftermath of hurricane Katrina “marked the first time Mexican troops set foot on U.S. soil since the Mexican-American war in 1846. President Vicente Fox sent an army convoy and a naval vessel laden with food, water and medicine. By the end of their three-week operation in Louisiana and Mississippi, the Mexicans had served 170,000 meals, helped distribute more than 184,000 tons of supplies and conducted more than 500 medical consultations.”

Mexican troops saved American lives after Katrina. Would Trump let them do it again?

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