Guatemalan President Places Blame On Biden’s Immigration Policy For Border Crisis

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The president of Guatemala says he places blame for the US’ border crisis on Biden and the Democrats’ “lukewarm” rhetoric on illegal immigration — adding that he urged Vice President Harris during their meeting to impose harsher penalties on human smuggling.

President Alejandro Giammattei made the comments in an interview Wednesday with Fox News after his summit with Harris, who visited his Central American nation as part of her first foreign visit in office.

“Well, humanitarian messages were used here by the coyotes in a distorted manner because what they said over there was that they will promote family reunification,” Giammattei began by explaining, appearing to refer to Biden’s messaging on immigration during the campaign.

“So the coyotes came and took the children and the teenagers to the United States and the borders were full, not only with people from Guatemala, but with a lot of people from all over,” he continued, “Which is why our proposal is that messages should be clear.”

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