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Food, Peace Building, Legal Aid: What Trump Would Cut From Central America

As thousands of migrants move toward the U.S., these are the programs President Trump is threatening to cut in retaliation.
Migrants heading toward the U.S. carry Honduran and Guatemalan national flags in Guatemala on Monday. President Trump has threatened to cut off aid to Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador for failing to stop the caravan's journey. Source: Orlando Estrada

As thousands of migrants make their way north toward the United States, President Trump has threatened to end federal aid going to their home countries.

Together, Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador received from the United in the last fiscal year for which complete data is available. The largest portion of that money — about 16 percent — went toward agricultural development.

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