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AQ Podcast: What a Second Trump Term Would Mean for Latin America

A former special advisor to Trump weighs in on the president’s priorities and relationships in the region.
Nikita Kataev

Like his presidency in general, Donald Trump’s relationship with Latin America has not been without surprises. Among them: his unexpectedly close relationship with some of the region’s key leaders. But how have US-Latin America relations really changed under Trump – and where might they be headed if Trump surprises again and wins reelection? Juan Cruz, a former special advisor to the president, gave AQ’s Brian Winter an insider’s view on Trump’s approach to the region.

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Guests:

Juan Cruz is a senior advisor at the Center for Strategic & International Studies and the former point person on Latin America at the National Security Council under President Trump.

Brian Winter is the editor-in-chief of Americas Quarterly.  

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