Pope Francis Is Leaving One Item At The US-Mexico Border That’ll Enrage Trump
Pope Francis is making a rare visit to the U.S. this week, and millions both in Mexico and the U.S. are excited for the visit. But the pontiff is adding a political message to his U.S. visit, as he will appear both in the U.S. and nearby Mexico in order to advocate for illegal immigrants–and what he intends to leave on the border may bring condemnation from Donald Trump.
The pope is to appear both in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, across the border from El Paso, as well as in the Texas border town to minister to the masses. It has already been said that he will focus on the millions of illegals streaming northward from Central America.
But as The Hill reports, the Pontiff intends to leave a particular memorial at the U.S./Mexico border.
“The pope is then scheduled to lay a wreath at the border wall in honor of migrants who have died attempting to reach the United States,” the Washington-based paper reported.
Indeed, Trump has already slammed the Pope for his announced activism during his trip, saying “Mexico got him to do it.”
Trump went on to bemoan that this pope is too “political.”