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Trump Reaches Surprise “Landmark” Asylum Deal With Guatemala!


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President Trump never gives up.

It is Donald Trump’s bold resilience that gives merit to his promise to us as the American people that he will make America into the greatest country the world, and our nation’s own history, has ever seen!

That’s something we can be proud of in our president and in our country, and it’s a fact.

In case you don’t believe me, here’s some proof of President Trump’s unrelenting spirit motivated by his drive to turn our nation into the best it can be: 

Trump just landed a before-thought-impossible deal with Guatemala for them to not only curb the stem of migrants fleeing to our country illegally, but to actually REVERSE an already-made asylum deal!

This comes after months of negotiations between Trump and Guatemala.

No doubt the left will be up in arms over it, but any way you spin it, this is a huge win for our country and President Trump in his goal to end the border crisis.

Check out this video shared by The White House on Twitter of the president announcing the deal:

Here's the announcement via Donald Trump's Facebook page as well:

News of this big win hit Twitter and has Trump's supporters going wild.

Take a look at what people are saying about the reversal of the Guatemala asylum deal on Twitter:

Fox News has more details on the landmark deal:

President Trump on Friday announced a so-called "safe third country" deal with Guatemala to restrict asylum claims to the United States from Central America, calling it a “landmark agreement” and arguing it “will put the coyotes and smugglers out of business."

"We've long been working with Guatemala and now we can do it the right way," Trump told reporters in the Oval Office, with Guatemalan interior minister Enrique Degenhart at his side.

Trump told reporters he believes “this will really help” with the situation at the border.

“This is a very big day,” he said.

The agreement would require migrants, including Salvadorans and Hondurans, who cross into Guatemala on their way to the U.S. to apply for protections in Guatemala instead of at the U.S. border. It could potentially ease the crush of migrants overwhelming the U.S. immigration system and hand Trump a concession he could herald as a win as he struggles to live up to his campaign promises on immigration.

The New York Post also stated:

President Trump announced Friday that Guatemala would agree to restrict asylum applications to the US from Central America — a win for his effort to stem the tide of illegal immigrants at the Mexican border.

The “safe third country” agreement would require migrants, including Salvadorans and Hondurans, who cross into Guatemala on their way to the US to apply for protections in that country instead of at the southern border.

It could potentially ease the crush of migrants overwhelming the immigration system and hand Trump a victory as he works to fulfill his campaign promises to curb illegal entry.

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“This is a very big day. We have long been working with Guatemala and now we can do it the right way,” he said at the White House. “This landmark agreement will put the coyotes and smugglers out of business.”

The announcement came after a federal judge court in California blocked Trump’s most restrictive asylum effort to date, one that would effectively end protections at the southern border.

The two countries had been negotiating an agreement for months, and Trump threatened Wednesday to place tariffs on Guatemala if it didn’t cut a deal.

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