Bill received broad support from politicians
The US could still leave the trade pact if he doesn't get his way, the President suggested
President had said he was considering draft executive order just hours earlier
Luis Videgaray reiterates that his country will not pay for barrier's construction despite President's repeated insistence to the contrary
The New York businessman made it a central part of his election campaign
Around 770,000 people known as 'dreamers' are enrolled in the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program
President questioned Gonzalo Curiel's impartiality on campaign trail but magistrate will now hear case of Juan Manuel Montes - set to be dispatched to Mexico despite Obama era protections
Juan Manuel Montes, 23, came to US from Mexico aged nine and allowed to stay under Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals programme
One had four cases and another had no cases to deal with at all
Former Tamaulipas state governor is charged with drug smuggling, bank fraud, racketeering and money laundering
Donald Trump promised Mexico would pay for his 'big, beautiful wall'
Roberto Beristain is described as 'probably one of the most lovable guys you will ever meet'
Angry responses claim the UN campaign is ‘misandrist’
'We’re not going to put it on our side [of the Rio Grande] and cede the river to Mexico'
Judge says Diego Cruz did not assault girl with ‘carnal intent’
US President's fellow party members fear trying to get $1.5 billion for the wall will trigger a government shutdown