These Mexican thugs don’t like the truth! Donald Trump is doing the right thing by getting the FBI involved. The Mexican drug lords don’t mess around…

Donald Trump tells TMZ he is contacting the FBI to investigate threats just made by a man claiming to be the son of escaped Mexican drug lord El Chapo.
Trump is reacting to a tweet reportedly made by El Chapo’s son, in which he blasts Trump for saying El Chapo is “everything that’s wrong with Mexico.”
The tweet was written in Spanish, with the rough English translation, “Keep f***ing around and I’m gonna make you swallow your bitch words you f***ing whitey milks***tter (that’s a homophobic slur).”
Trump tells TMZ he’s not backing down, saying, “I’m fighting for much more than myself. I’m fighting for the future of our country which is being overrun by criminals.” He adds, “You can’t be intimidated. It’s too important.” Read more: TMZ

‘EL CHAPO’ SHOULD HAVE BEEN JAILED IN THE U.S.

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Reactions in the United States to the escape from Mexican prison of a reputed drug lord ranged from disbelief to outrage, with some observers saying it dramatically illustrated the need for captured cartel kingpins to be promptly extradited to the U.S.
A former administrator of the Drug Enforcement Agency said he was dismayed by Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman’s weekend escape — apparently through a mile-long tunnel — from the Altiplano prison, 55 miles west of Mexico City.
“It is a shock that the most dangerous cartel leader in the world has escaped,” Peter Bensinger said Sunday. “He ought to have been housed in an American prison.”
Washington’s official response was diplomatic, as Attorney General Loretta Lynch said in a statement Sunday that the U.S. shared “Mexico’s concern regarding the escape” and stood by to help in the manhunt.
But one Mexico expert said American officials likely expressed more frustration behind the scenes.

Read more: NYP

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