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Guatemala pushes back on Biden’s proposed Title 42 immigration fix

As Title 42 was set to expire and exacerbate chaos on the US-Mexico border, the leader of one of America’s key partners was out of step with the Biden administration. Instead, he was calling on lawmakers — Democrats and Republicans — in Congress.

At issue was whether Guatemala could take in migrants by targeting the US-Mexico border, part of the Department of Homeland Security’s response amid pandemic-era policy that allowed the US to deport quickly the migrants ends.

But Guatemalan President Alejandro Giammattei’s pleas to lawmakers have given Republicans new fodder to smear Biden over his immigration policies.

“Yesterday the president of Guatemala called me and he said, ‘Tony, I can’t reach anyone in the administration,'” Rep. Tony Gonzales, R-Texas, said., which is more than 800 miles from the Texas-Mexico border, the El Paso Times and USA TODAY told a May 3 conversation.

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