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Fear Trump’s rhetorical broadsides complicate water agreement with Mexico (access required)

A binational treaty on water between the United States and Mexico will expire by the end of this year, but President Donald Trump’s rhetorical broadsides directed at America’s southern neighbor could complicate negotiations to extend it.

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