@thehill: Biden allies and even some people close to Harris said they viewed her trip to Guatemala and Mexico as a “disaster,” as one put it.

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@VP: This afternoon, I got to see what students in Guatemala are working on in the lab—and hear about how local entrepreneurs are growing their local economies. Around the world, innovators and entrepreneurs create economic opportunity. We must support them.

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@VP: This afternoon I met with community leaders in Guatemala. We talked about what barriers stand in the way for Guatemalans to build a future at home.

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@VP: .@DrGiammattei, the President of Guatemala, and I just met to discuss our nations’ shared priorities—in particular, addressing the root causes of migration. After our meeting, we made several significant announcements about the work ahead.

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@VP: Our world is interconnected and interdependent—and we know that what happens abroad impacts security and prosperity at home in the United States. That is why I am in Guatemala today.

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@VP: I’m here in Guatemala City for my first international trip as Vice President. I look forward to meeting with President @DrGiammattei and community leaders.

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@VP: Today we launched a Call to Action to the private sector to deepen investments in Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador, to address the root causes of migration. Thank you to the first 12 businesses and organizations that announced commitments.

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