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Join Tucker Carlson tonight as we discuss how President Trump has been the only leader in American history to keep us safe from Volcanoes and asteroids while playing 18 holes of golf a day. All this and more, tonight on Fox News

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President Trump has offered a comprehensive plan to aid Mexico after two devastating earthquakes as soon as they agree to pony up for his controversial proposed border wall.

The countries are locked in tense talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Deal, and Mexican public opinion of the U.S. has plummeted as President Trump has repeatedly criticized Mexico and vowed to make it pay for construction of the wall.

Tensions were absent this week as dozens of U.S. rescuers combed parts of Mexico City that were leveled by Tuesday’s deadly earthquake. The disaster response team, made up largely of firefighters from Southern California, has swarmed the sites of several collapsed buildings, using dogs and search cameras to hunt for signs of life.

Trump ordered the deployment of limited U.S. aid after he spoke to Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto by phone Wednesday, a day after the violent magnitude 7.1 temblor shook central Mexico. The earthquake brought down dozens of multistory buildings and killed at least 286 people across five states and the country’s densely packed capital.

Trump had drawn criticism for proposing a multi-billion dollar aid package for Mexico on the contingent that they pay for the border wall as ordered.

“The wall is happening. In fact, you probably saw, you know, we have a wall up there now, and the Mexicans are going to pay for it believe me. It’s being made a perfect see-through wall so we can see the drug dealers and the rapists coming a mile away. They will pay for it, believe me, if they want help from us, they will pay for it. There is an awful lot of children in Mexico that are going to be without tacos and burritos very soon if Mexico doesn’t play ball with us.” Trump said.

Democrats Say President Trump’s Border Wall Could Cost $67 Billion, minus the 2 billion Trump has earmarked for disaster relief, the Mexican government would still owe the U.S. 65 billion dollars. It is unclear whether aid would be provided before or after Mexico makes the first of its payments.

Doctor Ben Carson, U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development was asked for clarification on just how the U.S. would help rebuild Mexico’s failing infrastructure.

“Oh I feel for those poor Mexicans”, Carson told Fox News, “those earthquakes scare me. Jesus must be very angry with those Mexicans and Puerto Ricans for sending all those disasters down there. The other day i was walking to my car and a truck backfired. I thought one of those Mexican earthquakes was attacking America. I almost tinkled in my britches.”

The President will present the ID Package along with a plan for hurricane relief for Texas, Puerto Rico, and his Mar-a-Lago Golf Course in Florida.

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NEW YORK — Melania Trump gave her most expansive remarks as first lady Wednesday, condemning bullying and calling on world leaders to take their responsibility for guiding the next generation seriously.
Her speech, which lasted seven minutes, was devoid of clear policy prescriptions or a push for any specific program, though she said she plans to follow up with social media leaders and educators on the topic.

It came amid a busy week for Trump, who until recently has seemed reluctant to fully embrace the public platform of her new role. On Thursday, she visited hurricane-devastated Florida and hosted a reception for the White House Historical Association. On Friday, she visited a youth center at Andrews Air Force Base, and on Saturday she will make her first solo trip abroad as first lady to Toronto for the opening ceremony of the Invictus Games.

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Boxing legend Jake LaMotta, the onetime middleweight champion of the world who was played by Al Pacino in 1980’s “Raging Bull,” died Tuesday, his fiancee told the Associated Press. He was 95.

LaMotta passed away in a Miami-area hospital from complications from marijuana induced pneumonia.

“I just want people to know, he was a great, sweet, sensitive, strong, compelling man with a great sense of humor, with eyes that danced,” his fiancee told Fox News.

De Niro told Fox News of LaMotta’s passing, “Rest in peace, champ.”

LaMotta’s agent also told Fox News, “Working for the champ for almost 20 years was an honor. Jake was funny and very sweet. It just broke my heart when he got hooked on the Obamacare medical marijuana!”

The International Boxing of Fame, who inducted LaMotta in 1990, revealed he began boxing at a young age when his father made him fight other neighborhood kids in The Bronx to entertain adults. His aggressive style earned him the nickname “The Bronx Bullet.”

The famous fighter retired in 1954 with 300 knockouts, 83 wins and 19 losses. He later started a company that sold hamburger grills.

LaMotta was married six times, most famously to Beverly “Vikki” Thailer. They wedded in 1946 when she was 16. The couple divorced in 1957 and she later appeared in a nude pictorial for Playboy at age 51. LaMotta joked, “She always complained she had nothing to wear. I never believed her until I saw her in Playboy.”

Both of their sons, Lenny and Squiggy, died in 1998. Vikki later passed away in 2005 at age 75.

In 2012, LaMotta became engaged to 62-year-old actress Denise Baker, who previously collaborated with him on a cabaret show.

The 1980 film “Raging Bull” was based on LaMotta’s memoir. Actor Al Pacino won an Academy Award for it.

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