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@williamb39198 wrote:

Well Mick, trump sides with another corrupt dictatorial leader. As with all of the other corrupt dictatorial leaders that he worships and admires. And thru his actions he is showing that he wants to be and is a corrupt dictatorial leader. 

When will the right opens their eyes and believe what they are seeing, and not believe the lies he is feeding them?

 

then again, maybe his supporters want to live in a corrupt dictatorship


His supporters want only a few simple things - to be relieved of the burden of independent thought & reasoning.....................

 

 

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Well Mick, trump sides with another corrupt dictatorial leader. As with all of the other corrupt dictatorial leaders that he worships and admires. And thru his actions he is showing that he wants to be and is a corrupt dictatorial leader. 

When will the right opens their eyes and believe what they are seeing, and not believe the lies he is feeding them?

 

then again, maybe his supporters want to live in a corrupt dictatorship

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GUATEMALA CITY

After Guatemala joined the United States in moving its embassy to Jerusalem, the Trump administration has been working to weaken an international commission on corruption that is targeting the Guatemalan president, according to three people familiar with the discussions.

 

The Trump administration is still debating what specific changes it wants to pursue, but talks between agencies have alarmed supporters in Guatemala and Washington who feel the changes could undercut the role the United Nations-backed body plays in combating official corruption and other root causes of illegal immigration.

 

Proposed changes to the International Commission against Impunity in Guatemala, or CICIG, include changing the body’s mandate to more narrowly redefine corruption, increasing reporting requirements for donors, limiting terms of the commissioner and appointing a deputy commissioner which Guatemala would help select, according to the sources.

 

Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales, who with his family is a target of CICG's investigations, has accused CICIG of abusing its power and has tried to oust the commissioner, Iván Velásquez.


Read more here: https://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/white-house/article214592525.html#storylink=cpy

 

 

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