In this 2005 file photo, former U.S. President George W. Bush talks about the Central America-Dominican Republic Free Trade Agreement in Washington, joined by former Cabinet officials who supported the trade deal. The Trump administration could move to renegotiate the agreement by 2019.
The relatively small deal has not escaped the notice of the White House, which could use renegotiations to pressure Latin American countries to crack down on immigration and drug trafficking....
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