What Trump's Move to End Central American Aid Will Look Like

Government Executive: President Trump’s recent decision to cut off aid to three Central American countries over a surge in migration from those nations is creating major operational challenges at a critical time for U.S. officials charged with managing those aid programs.

The details of how and when the administration will stop sending assistance to El Salvador, Guatemala and El Salvador are still unclear, and the State Department is itself still looking for answers to those questions. The controversial decision  sparked bipartisan pushback, with stakeholders suggesting the move would likely upend the president’s goal of curbing migration from the Northern Triangle countries.

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