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President Trump may have accidentally revealed part of his "secret" deal with Mexico to curb illegal immigration while talking with reporters. The president refused to share details of what was on that piece of paper. But photographers captured portions of the text, which seem to hint at a deal to share the burden on refugees. This comes as Mexico steps up efforts to slow migration from Central America, to avoid U.S. tariffs. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
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