A lot of Trump’s policy proposals revolve around beef.
And while his administration has taken a number of steps to ease the pressure on beef producers and beef producers are happy about them, they’re still waiting for the federal government to step in and take the next step.
The Department of Agriculture (USDA) has been making a push to get the USDA to ban beef imports from Mexico, but it’s unclear whether that will happen.
The White House says beef imports are not part of the administration’s beef plan.
The USDA also says that the United States can’t stop people from buying it or exporting it.
But Mexico has been lobbying the USDA and others for years to ban it.
In fact, Mexico’s ambassador to the United Nations told the UN General Assembly last month that it was a “grave threat to peace” that “is undermining the peace of the world.”
That’s what prompted the UN Security Council to send a strong signal to the Trump Administration in February.
The council has repeatedly called for an end to beef imports, and the United Kingdom is also backing a resolution at the U.N. Security Council.
The Mexican ambassador to London told the Daily Telegraph that the Trump-Mexican beef plan was “an attempt to bring down the level of trade and investment between the two countries,” and he urged countries to “fight to the end” for the rights of producers.