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Guatemalan president and former comic actor

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Jimmy Morales: Guatemalan president and former comic actor
James Ernesto Morales Cabrera is the 50th and current president of Guatemala. He is a former comic actor who won the 2015 Guatemalan presidential election.

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Guatemalan court halts 'safe third country' designation for asylum seekers

Guatemala's Constitutional Court has blocked President Jimmy Morales from immediately declaring the poor Central American nation a safe third country for asylum-seekers, amid growing pushback to U.S...
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Guatemala postpones Trump summit, says will not sign 'safe third country' deal

Guatemala said on Sunday it would postpone President Jimmy Morales' visit to Washington to discuss Guatemala's potential designation as a 'safe third country' for asylum seekers, stressing that it has..
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Trump To Discuss Immigration With Guatemalan President [Video]Trump To Discuss Immigration With Guatemalan President

FILE PHOTO: Guatemala's President Jimmy Morales is seen before a family photo during a meeting of the Central American Integration System (SICA), in Guatemala City, Guatemala June 5, 2019. President..

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Guatemala president postpones Washington visit where asylum talks were planned

The government of Guatemala said on Sunday that it would postpone President Jimmy Morales' visit to Washington as it waits for the Central American country's top court to rule on migration measures.
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Trump to discuss immigration with Guatemalan president at White House on Monday

U.S. President Donald Trump will meet with Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales at the White House on Monday for talks on immigration and security, the White House said on Friday.
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Trump's plan to have Guatemala absorb asylum seekers could face court challenge in Central America

Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales will travel to Washington next week to discuss migration, while five former senior officials went to court to block an agreement Morales may sign declaring the..
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Asylum deal at the fore as Guatemalan president visits White House

Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales will travel to Washington next week to discuss migration, and sources said he may sign an agreement declaring the Central American country a safe destination for..
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Guatemalan and U.S. leaders to discuss migration, asylum deal seen close

Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales will travel to Washington next week to discuss migration, among other topics, following weeks of intense negotiations aimed at declaring the Central American country..
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Under U.S. asylum treaty pressure, Guatemala's president to visit Washington

Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales will travel to Washington next week following weeks of intense negotiations aimed at declaring the Central American country a safe destination for asylum seekers.
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Guatemala's president Morales to visit Washington amid asylum negotiations

Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales will travel to Washington next week, his spokesman said on Thursday, following weeks of intense negotiations aimed at declaring the Central American country a safe..
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