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President @realDonaldTrump : My Administration has undertaken an unprecedented effort to secure the southern border of the United States. We entered into historic cooperation agreements with the governments of Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala. #SOTU2020 

President @realDonaldTrump : My Administration has undertaken an unprecedented effort to secure the southern border of the United States. We entered into historic cooperation agreements with the governments of Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador, and Guatemala. #SOTU2020 

Critics are accusing Mexico's president of bending to the Trump administration’s tactics by creating a virtual wall in Mexico’s southern boundary with Guatemala. Inside the latest actions at Mexico's southern border:

Hundreds of migrants are wading across a river from Guatemala to Mexico in a new test of President Trump’s immigration strategy. Under pressure from the U.S., the Mexican government has refused to grant the migrants free passage to the U.S. border.

Hundreds of Central Americans waded across a river into Mexico from Guatemala, some clashing with waiting security forces. The surge is a new challenge for President Obrador's efforts to contain migration at the bidding of the United States

A rush of migrants trying to cross the border from Guatemala tests the Mexican president's resolve to control the influx of undocumented migrants entering Mexico, many of them seeking passage to the United States.

Several large groups of Honduran migrants and asylum seekers have crossed into Guatemala and are headed for Mexico, where authorities are determined to avoid a repeat of the 2018 exodus that drew President Trump’s ire

Several large groups of Honduran migrants and asylum seekers have crossed into Guatemala and are headed for Mexico, where authorities are determined to avoid a repeat of the 2018 exodus that drew President Trump’s ire

Several large groups of Honduran migrants and asylum seekers have crossed into Guatemala and are headed for Mexico, where authorities are determined to avoid a repeat of the 2018 exodus that drew President Trump’s ire

Mexico said latest migrant caravan won't pass - Guatemala president

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The State Department announced that it would follow through on President Trump's threat to cut off foreign aid to El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras for failing to address illegal migration through Central America and to the U.S.-Mexico border.

President Trump said there was no need for a summit with the Presidents of Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador because "they understand" the implications of his recent move to cut stabilizing aid to the Central American countries

Mexico is issuing humanitarian visas to some Central American and Caribbean asylum seekers. It is also offering transport back home. Most are fleeing poverty and violence in Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, which President Trump has threatened to cut aid to.

NEW: In tweets, President Trump threatens to deploy the US military and "close our southern border" if migrants from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador are not stopped in Mexico.

Honduran migrants who have made their way through Central America are gathering at Guatemala's northern border with Mexico, despite President Donald Trump's threat to deploy the military to stop them entering the United States

NEW: In tweets, President Trump threatens to deploy the US military and "close our southern border" if migrants from Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador are not stopped in Mexico.

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