President Trump said on Friday that he has “indefinitely suspended” the threat of tariffs against Mexico after reaching a “signed agreement” on immigration. Under the deal reached on Friday, Mexico agreed to use a large part of its newly formed National Guard to hold back immigrants crossing from Guatemala, and to take in possibly tens of thousands of people seeking asylum in the U.S. while their cases are adjudicated. A New York Times report says Mexico and the U.S. agreed on most of these policies over the past few months, before Trump made his tariff threat. Trump denies the report. (Reuters)