Watch: Trump Just Responded To Mexican Ex-President Dropping F-Bomb About Wall With BRUTAL 6 Words

Former president of Mexico Vincente Fox is not a fan of Donald Trump, or his plan to have Mexico pay to build a wall along the border of the two countries.

In an interview with Univision’s Jorge Ramos, Fox declared, “I’m not going to pay for that f–g wall.”

Fox then took on the role of a preacher by advising Hispanics not to follow Trump because he’s a “false prophet.” Fox also declared that what is happening in the U.S. presidential race is “not democracy” and said Trump will pay for the wall because he’s got enough money to do it on his own. Fox concluded Trump is simply egocentric.

Trump took umbrage with Fox’s comments about him. During Thursday’s Republican presidential debate, Wolf Blitzer quoted Fox’s f-bomb and then asked Trump how he would still intend to pay for the wall without Mexico’s help and how he would make them pay for it.

Trump responded, “I will and the wall just got 10 feet taller believe me. It got 10 feet taller. I saw him make the statement. I saw him use the word that he used. I can only tell you if I would have used even half of that word, it would be a national scandal. This guy used a filthy disgusting word on television, and he should be ashamed of himself and he should apologize.”

Trump alluded to possibly of going after current trade agreements with Mexico.

“We have a trade deficit with Mexico of $58 billion a year and that doesn’t include all the drugs that are pouring across and destroying our country,” Trump said. “We’re going to make them pay for that wall. Now the wall is $10 billion to $12 billion if I do it. If these guys do it it’ll end up costing $200 billion.”

Trump said, “You need a thousand miles. The great wall of China, built 2,000 years ago is 13,000 miles,” implying the wall can be done and will be done if Trump is elected president. “This is a wall that’s going to work.”

“Mexico will pay for the wall. It’s a small portion of the kind of money that we lose and the deficits that we have with Mexico,” Trump concluded.

Ouch: Franklin Graham Just Gave The Pope Some Harsh Advice… He’s Not Going To Like It

The Rev. Franklin Graham told Pope Francis to take some of the pope’s own advice — but not in the way the pope meant it.

Graham bristled at a comment by Pope Francis about Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump’s proposal to build a wall between Mexico and the United States. “A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian. This is not in the gospel,” the pope said in speaking about Trump.

Graham spoke out Thursday on his Facebook page, suggesting there is a difference between the theology of building bridges among individuals and the needs of nations.

“I agree that as Christians we should try to build bridges with everyone that we possibly can, but that doesn’t mean that we should compromise our national security,” he wrote.

Graham then gave the pope a brief lesson in the vastness of the movement to build a wall.

“Donald Trump isn’t the only one who wants to build a wall — other Republican candidates Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Dr. Ben Carson, and John Kasich as well as millions of Americans, also want to build a wall — in order to protect America from enemies who want to use the U.S./Mexican border as a way to enter our country and do us harm,” Graham wrote.

He then posed a question to the worldwide head of the Roman Catholic Church about those many Americans supporting construction of a wall.

“Are they not Christian either?,” Graham asked.

Graham then suggested that if Pope Francis is serious about building bridges, Graham could supply the perfect activity.

“My advice to the Pontiff — reach out and build a bridge to Donald Trump. Who knows where he may be this time next year!” Graham posted.

h/t: The Gateway Pundit

Pope Francis Just Revealed The 1 Reason He Thinks Trump Is ‘Not Christian’ – Donald Instantly Fires Back

There is one blaring thing Donald Trump and President Barack Obama now have in common, and neither may not like it.

They’ve both been accused of being not Christian.

Obama, despite declaring himself as a Christian, still gets accused of being a Muslim.

Now, Trump is being accused of not being a Christian. — and the fact Pope Francis is leveling the accusation may be surprising to some.

This week, Trump commented on the pope saying, “The pope is a very political person. I don’t think he understands the nature of the open border that we have with Mexico.”

That comment, combined with Trump’s promise to build a border wall between the U.S. and Mexico, may be what provoked the pope to comment on Trump’s faith.

According to ABC News, a reporter asked the pope about Trump. “Can a good Catholic vote for this man?,” the reporter asked.

Pope Francis responded, “Thank God he said I was a politician, because Aristotle defined the human person as ‘animal politicus.’ So at least I am a human person. As to whether I am a pawn — well, maybe, I don’t know. I’ll leave that up to your judgment and that of the people.”

Pope Francis continued, “And then, a person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian. This is not in the gospel. As far as what you said about whether I would advise to vote or not to vote, I am not going to get involved in that. I say only that this man is not Christian if he said things like that. We must see if he said things in that way and in this I give the benefit of the doubt.”

Trump fired back at the pope.  After reassuring voters he was a “good Christian” Trump said, “If and when the Vatican is attacked by ISIS, which as everyone knows is ISIS’ ultimate trophy, I can promise you that the pope would have only wished and prayed that Donald Trump would have been president. For a religious leader to question a person’s faith is disgraceful.”

The pope made those comments after having visited the border town of Juarez, Mexico and laying wreaths at the border between the U.S. and Mexico. Trump had accused Mexico of using the pope and meddling in the political process of the U.S. by inviting the pope to visit, calling him a “puppet” of Mexico.

Watch: The Pope Got Furious At A Mexican Crowd Member And Shouted 3 Words

The enthusiasm of at least one fan was a little too much for Pope Francis on Tuesday.

The pope conducted an open air Mass Tuesday in the western Mexican city of Morella. As is often his practice, he eschewed a vehicle to mingle with the crowds who had come to see him and was moving down a line of well-wishers and faithful Catholics, all with their arms outstretched to touch the pope.

Then, one person in the crowd did more than just touch the pope. Video of the incident shows the pope being suddenly pulled almost off his feet, stumbling briefly and colliding with a man in front of him who was in a wheelchair. Security personnel and aides helped keep the pope from stumbling further.

Some media accounts say the pope then gave the man who pulled him off balance a kiss on the head. All of them agree that the pope showed and briefly vented his irritation.

“No seas egoísta. Qué te pasó, no seas egoísta,” he said in Spanish. In English, that translates to, “Don’t be selfish, don’t be selfish.”

The incident did not stop the pope from mingling with the faithful. He continued to hand out rosaries and wave to the crowd for a few more minutes before departing.

Vatican spokesman Federico Lombardi said that the pope’s actions were a “normal human reaction” to certain admirers’ “excessive enthusiasm.”

The pope’s trip to Mexico ends Wednesday with an outdoor Mass in the Mexican city of Juarez, just across the U.S. border from El Paso, Texas.

h/t: For The Win

Wow: Donald Trump Just Described the Pope With 10 Words That Are Raising Eyebrows..

As Pope Francis begins his trip to Mexico, controversy is building over his planned Mass on Wednesday in Juarez, situated along the U.S.-Mexico border — with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump leading the critics.

“I think that the Pope is a very political person,” Trump said Thursday in an interview on Fox Business Network.

“I think that he doesn’t understand the problems our country has,” Trump said. “I don’t think he understands the danger of the open border that we have with Mexico.”

“Mexico got him [Pope Francis] to do it because Mexico wants to keep the border just the way it is,” Trump said. “They’re making a fortune and we’re losing.”

The Vatican is so far not engaging Trump in a round of verbal volleyball, but one Catholic leader implied the pope will be stirring the political pot.

“He will be calling on us to look with compassion on a group of people who have suffered terribly,” said Bishop Mark Seitz of El Paso, Texas, just across the Rio Grande from Juarez. “And perhaps that will lead people to seek out some different solutions than are now being proposed.”

Pope Francis has already spoken out against border walls, calling them “monuments of exclusion.” He has also called for action to help Central American migrants.

In Mexico, few agreed with Trump.

“Donald Trump, I don’t care about you,” Ericka Araiza, 38, a lawyer, said Friday in Mexico City.

“The pope speaks from a moral authority, whether you are Catholic or not,” said Pedro Marmolejo. “His words are very powerful, they transcend (politics) and help awake people’s consciousness to see things in a different way. He comes here to illuminate the worth of everyone. It’s a universal message to respect our fellow human beings.“

In America, things were a little different.

“The pope comfortably lives in Vatican city, which is its own country by the way, and the borders are very closely guarded. There is a wall completely surrounding it and when he leaves, he is in a bullet-proof bubble Are we not seeing a double standard here?” commented Mark Wilson.

‪”Trump is absolutely right, the pope doesn’t realize all the bad people that come to this country to escape jail in their country, keep them in Mexico where they belong,” wrote Paula Jagodzinski.

As for The Donald himself, he continued to make immigration and Mexico themes of his campaign.

“So the president of Mexico, who is he? Oh, who cares,” Trump told 15,000 people in Tampa Friday night.

“The wall just got 10 feet higher and who’s going to pay for it — Mexico,” Trump said to cheers.

h/t: CNN