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10 January, 22:46

What is misleading about President Polk's

description of what happened?

Mexico did not attack US troops.

The US troops were camped on land that the

US considered part of Mexico

The fighting took place on land claimed by

both the United States and Mexico

US troops attacked the Mexican forces first

DONE

Our own Congress had ... recognized the

country beyond the Nueces (River) as a part

of our territory.

... Mexico has passed the boundary of the

United States, has invaded our territory and

shed American blood upon the American soil.

She has proclaimed that hostilities have

commenced, and that the two nations are

now at war.

- James Polk

Message to Congress

May 11, 1846

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  1. 10 January, 23:54
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    C is your answer

    Explanation:

    The fighting took place on land claimed by both the United States and Mexico
  2. 11 January, 00:16
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    The fighting took place on land claimed by both the United States and Mexico.
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