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Exclusive: Guatemala election winner hopes to change Trump migrant deal

Reuters Monday, 12 August 2019
The winner of Guatemala's presidential election, Alejandro Giammattei, said on Sunday he hoped he could make changes to a controversial migration deal the Central American country signed with the Trump administration last month.
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Alejandro Giammattei has just been elected Guatemala&apos;s new president, but he is already talking about changing a controversial migration deal the Central American country signed with the Trump administration last month. Ryan Brooks reports.

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