Some more details...
A Post photographer snapped an image of Trump's alleged secret Mexico deal. Here's what it says.
...The Washington Post's Jabin Botsford, snapped an image that reveals some of the document's contents....
Another image, from White House Watch, shows what appears to be a preceding portion, along with what follows the signatures at the end....
Below I've combined what we can see in the two photos to reconstruct the document. Where I'm inferring some letters, I'll put it in brackets:
[UNREADABLE] such agreement would [UNREADABLE] party's domestic and international legal obligations, a commitment under which each party would accept the return, and process refugee status claims, of third-party nationals who have crossed that party's territory [UNREADABLE] other party. The parties further intend [UNREADABLE] an agreem[ent] [UNREADABLE] to burden-sharing in relation to the processing of refuge[es] [UNREADABLE].
Mexico also commits to immediate[ly] [UNREADABLE] domestic laws and regulations with a view to identifying any changes that [UNREADABLE] to bring into force and implement such an agreement.
If the United States determines, at its discretion and after consultation with Mexico, after 45 calendar days from the date of the issuance of the Joint Declaration, that the measures adopted by the Government of Mexico pursuant to the Joint Declaration have not sufficiently achieved results in addressing the flow of migrants to the southern border of the United States, the Government of Mexico will take all necessary steps under the domestic law to bring the agreement into force with a view to ensuring that the agreement will enter into force within 45 days.
Signed on this 7th of June, 2019 in Washington, D.C. by:
[SIGNATURE 1] [SIGNATURE 2]
On behalf of the United States On behalf of Mexico
Mexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard held a news conference in which he said that the Friday agreement with the United States gave Mexico 45 days to prove that it could diminish migration without agreeing to a "safe third" deal.
He acknowledged that in 45 days, if the United States does not assess that progress has been made, the Trump administration probably will ask again for a "safe third" agreement. But he said Mexico has not committed to that agreement, which would have to be approved by lawmakers and probably negotiated with other countries in the region....