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U.S. President Donald Trump heads to several Latin American countries this week for a summit. He will arrive in the Peruvian capital, Lima, on Friday for the Summit of the Americas. The president's agenda is reportedly to encourage commercial ties and urge allies to take a hard line on Venezuela. A Peruvian diplomat said, “Nobody has lost any sleep over Trump. We all know how to smile and nod along, so we’re not too worried.” After Trump’s first year in office, just 16 percent of Gallup poll respondents in Latin America approved of Trump’s performance.

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