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Fecha: México, D. F. a 25 de agosto de 2016

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Bandera de México   MEDIOS NACIONALES / ESTATALES - MÉXICO / MEDIA IN MÉXICO

TRUMP EXPONDRÁ SU PROGRAMA MIGRATORIO EL 31 DE AGOSTO / EL INFORMADOR
El candidato republicano a la Casa Blanca, Donald Trump, expondrá su esperado programa migratorio el próximo miércoles 31 de agosto durante un discurso en Phoenix, según revelaron este miércoles medios locales. El equipo de campaña de Trump había programado el discurso para exponer el plan migratorio para este mismo jueves en Colorado, un estado clave con creciente población hispana, pero después canceló el evento.
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TRUMP, AIMING TO WIDEN SUPPORT, MAKES PITCH TO HISPANICS / EL UNIVERSAL
Visiting a battleground state he can't afford to lose, Donald Trump promised Hispanics "a much better life" on Wednesday in a Florida speech that continued his recent effort to soften his tone and broaden his support 11 weeks before the presidential election. The Republican presidential candidate also repeated his promise to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexican border to keep out immigrants, underscoring the tricky balancing act he faces in retaining backing from conservatives while beckoning to moderates for their votes.
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DONALD TRUMP PROMETE A HISPANOS UNA “VIDA MEJOR” / EL UNIVERSAL
Donald Trump prometió ayer a los hispanos “una vida mucho mejor”, como parte de sus esfuerzos recientes para suavizar su tono y ampliar su base de apoyo cuando faltan 11 semanas para la elección presidencial. “Pelearé para darle a cada ciudadano hispano un futuro mucho mejor, una vida mucho mejor”, dijo Trump en un mitin en Tampa, cuando las encuestas lo muestran en desventaja en el estado.
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OTORGAN ÁGUILA AZTECA A EMBAJADOR DE LOS EAU / JAVIER SINAY / EL UNIVERSAL
El embajador de México en Argentina, Fernando Jorge Castro Trenti, otorgó a su similar de los Emiratos Árabes Unidos en aquel país sudamericano, Saeed Rashed Obaid Saif Al Zaabi, la Orden Mexicana del Águila Azteca. Se trata del reconocimiento más alto que pueda recibir un extranjero de parte de Estado mexicano, y a Al Zaabi, le fue dado por ser uno de los impulsores de la relación diplomática entre México y los Emiratos Árabes Unidos.
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"DAREMOS SEGURIDAD A NUESTRA COMUNIDAD": EMBAJADOR DE MÉXICO EN EE.UU. A NTN24 SOBRE RETÓRICA DE TRUMP EN INMIGRACIÓN / NTN24
Carlos Sada señaló en La Mañana de NTN24 que “el discurso de un candidato presidencial u otro no nos modifica la estrategia sólida y consistente que tenemos. Esperamos que la persona que gane las elecciones presidenciales no tenga ningún impacto negativo en nuestra comunidad”. “Contamos con una estrategia para darle la mejor ayuda y protección al pueblo mexicano, tanto a los indocumentados, como a los que están como residentes legales en Estados Unidos. Tenemos claridad para que nuestra gente se sienta de lo más cubierta”, complementó.
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WHAT IS THE CORE DILEMMA OF U.S. IMMIGRATION POLICY?/DANIEL W. DREZNER / THE WASHINGTON POST
The hard-working staff here at Spoiler Alerts is luxuriating in a schadenfreude bath watching Donald Trump try to pivot away from his hard-line immigration position. In fact, the staff here can’t decide what best part of this awkward pivot: The way that Trump has morphed into Jeb!, the way in which a certain Trump supporter publishing a book this week is left slowly twisting in the wind because of this flip-flop, or the way in which Trump’s switch reveals his fundamental lack of policy knowledge. This post, however, is not about whether Trump’s supporters will tolerate this shift or whether it plays well with the voters Trump needs.
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STAMFORD IMMIGRANT CENTER GETS $14K GRANT / NELSON OLIVEIRA / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS – NEWS
Neighbors Link Stamford, a community resource center for immigrants, has been awarded a $14,250 grant from the Community Fund of Darien. The grant will support efforts to increase employment-related opportunities for immigrant workers. NLS Executive Director Catalina Horak said the Community Fund has been “a dedicated supporter” of the Stamford organization “since the very beginning.” The Darien group is a volunteer-driven nonprofit that works to address health and human service needs in the area. “This grant will help prepare our students for reliable careers that provide a steady,
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IMMIGRATION-REFORM WALK TO FEATURE RALLY FRIDAY IN COSTA MESA DAILY PILOT / LOS ANGELES TIMES
Immigration-reform advocates will rally at a Costa Mesa church Friday during a stop on a 132-mile march from the Mexican border to Los Angeles meant to promote solidarity with immigrants and to raise awareness of issues with current immigration laws. The rally at The Crossing Church will come near the end of El Camino del Inmigrante, or The Path of the Immigrant, an 11-day journey organized by the Christian Community Development Assn. Organizers say more than 100 people are participating in the event, which began Saturday at Border Field State Park, just north of the U.S.-Mexico border, and is scheduled to wrap up Tuesday in Los Angeles.
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ON ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION, TRUMP SUPPORTERS HAVE VIEWS OUT OF STEP WITH MOST AMERICANS, POLL SAYS / LOS ANGELES TIMES
Donald Trump’s supporters have darker views of immigrants in the country illegally than do most other Americans, according to a new poll Thursday from the Pew Research Center. Most people in America, an overwhelming 76%, believe these immigrants are as hard working as U.S. citizens, and 67% say they are no more likely than Americans to commit serious crimes. Sixty-one percent oppose building a wall along the border with Mexico. But among Trump backers, it’s another picture. Fully half of Trump backers believe the immigrants are more likely to commit crimes,
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TRUMP, IN AUSTIN, DENOUNCES ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION BUT ALSO HINTS AT 'SOFTENING' OF STANCE / ROBERT T. GARRETT AND TOM BENNING / THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS
Donald Trump tried to thread the needle on immigration during a Texas swing Tuesday, breathing fire to a rally audience about crimes committed by those here illegally but suggesting to a national television audience that he's evolving on the issue. In a Fox News program taped in Austin, Trump sounded more sympathetic to hard-working immigrants who entered the country illegally but have been law-abiding and productive since. Asked by host Sean Hannity if he would "accommodate those people" if he's elected president, Trump said he would try.
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TRUMP TRATA DE OBTENER APOYO DE HISPANOS/ JONATHAN LEMIRE/ EL NUEVO HERALD
Donald Trump prometió el miércoles a los hispanos "una vida mucho mejor", como parte de sus esfuerzos recientes para suavizar su tono y ampliar su base de apoyo cuando faltan 11 semanas para la elección presidencial. De campaña en Florida, un estado en disputa donde una derrota sería fatal para él, el candidato republicano reiteró su promesa de construir un muro en la frontera con México para impedir el paso de inmigrantes, poniendo de manifiesto los malabarismos que debe realizar para conservar el voto de la derecha y a la vez ganar el de los moderados.
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DONALD TRUMP SOUNDS LIKE HE SUPPORTS WHAT HE ONCE LABELED ‘AMNESTY’/ AARON BLAKE / WASHINGTON POST
GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump suggested in comments airing Wednesday night that he supports a process for allowing illegal immigrants in good standing to stay in the United States. Trump didn't say those words, exactly, but he clearly adopted the language of those who back a path to legal status — with penalties. "No citizenship," Trump specified, before noting that the undocumented, under his plan, would have to pay back taxes and that he would "work with them." Trump was quick to clarify in his town hall with Fox News's Sean Hannity that this didn't amount to "amnesty."
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THE DOWNWARDLY MOBILE FOR TRUMP / ANDREW J. CHERLIN / THE NEW YORK TIMES
What makes Americans receptive to what Donald J. Trump has been saying on the campaign trail? We know from opinion polls that whites without college degrees provide his deepest well of support. Among these working-class individuals, one might think that Mr. Trump would do best with people with lower incomes and more tenuous connections to the job market. In accepting his party’s nomination, he claimed to be the voice of “laid-off factory workers, and the communities crushed by our horrible and unfair trade deals.”
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“HILLARY CLINTON IS A BIGOT!” / THE DENVER POST
As Donald Trump listed the ways that he would make life better for African-Americans living in poverty, he suddenly shouted, “Hillary Clinton is a bigot!” The line was included in prepared remarks distributed to reporters, and it seemed to catch many in the crowd by surprise, triggering a delayed and somewhat brief round of cheers and applause. A woman standing behind Trump grimaced at the comment, her eyes widening as she seemed unsure whether she should clap. Another woman seated in the upper tier of the arena approvingly shouted,
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PART OF ROMA FAMILY ALLOWED TO STAY IN CANADA /JOHN MEAGHER / MONTREAL GAZETTE
After a long five-year battle to stay in Canada, two Roma women from Hungary have finally received first-stage approval in their bid for permanent residency, announced Solidarity Across Borders, a Montreal-based refugee justice network. Katalin Lakatos and her 17-year-old daughter Gilda were recently granted the approval based on humanitarian grounds, said Mary Foster, who assisted the family’s efforts to fight deportation and stay in Canada as refugees.
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L’ÉTAT, SELON LES MAISONS D’HÉBERGEMENT / ROBERT DUTRISAC / LE DEVOIR
Souvent brimées par leur conjoint les parrainant et menacées de déportation, les immigrantes victimes de violence conjugale sont mal protégées par l’État québécois, déplore la Fédération des maisons d’hébergement pour femmes (FMHF). Lors de la commission parlementaire qui porte sur la planification de l’immigration au Québec pour la période 2017-2019, la directrice de la fédération, Manon Monastesse,
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SWISS CANTONS PROPOSE LOCAL CURBS ON EU IMMIGRATION/THE NEW YORK TIMES
Switzerland's cantons proposed on Thursday local hiring preferences to help limit immigration from the European Union, hoping to ease pressure on domestic job markets without infringing too much on EU citizens' right to free movement. The "bottom-up" protection plan comes with the European Commission and Switzerland entering the home stretch in negotiations over immigration curbs that Swiss voters demanded in a 2014 referendum and which must take effect by February 2017.
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