Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman may have issued a $100 million bounty on GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump over remarks the front-runner has made about Mexicans, Teleservtv reports
Guzman first threatened Trump
via a Twitter account purported to belong to his son, Ivan, soon after his escape from a maximum-security Mexican prison in July.
"Keep f… around and I'm gonna make you swallow your b…ch words you f… whitey milk-s…." Ivan Guzman's account tweeted in Spanish.
Guzman's ire stems from Trump's presidential announcement speech on June 16 when he warned that Mexico was sending its criminals to America, including rapists and murderers as well as drugs. He has since pushed for a wall to be built between the two countries to keep out illegal immigrants.
Trump has tweeted about Guzman, too, saying,"can you envision Jeb Bush or Hillary Clinton negotiating with El Chapo ... Trump, however, would kick his ass!"
Guzman's lawyer, Juan Pablo Badillo, replied, " What is he going to do? Kick him around like a soccer ball?"
Teleservtv did not cite sources for Guzman's lastest threat against Trump.
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