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Trump says he has agreement with Guatemala to help stem flow of migrants at the border

President Trump on Friday said he has struck a deal that would designate Guatemala as a safe third country for people seeking asylum in the United States — a plan that is facing significant legal hurdles in the Central American country as the Trump administration continues to struggle with the high number of migrants arriving at the southern U.S. border. 

Saturday, July 27, 2019
The Washington Post
Topics: 
Donald Trump
Immigration
Foreign Policy
Author Info: Seung Min Kim, Kevin Sieff, Abigail Houslohner
Teaser Text: 
President Trump on Friday said he has struck a deal that would designate Guatemala as a safe third country for people seeking asylum in the United States — a plan that is facing significant legal hurdles in the Central American country as the Trump administration continues to struggle with the high number of migrants arriving at the southern U.S. border.
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