Mexico weighs grim prospect of deportation wave under Trump
MEXICO CITY - Mexico is starting to seriously contemplate the possibility that millions of its migrants could be deported from the U.S. under a Donald Trump administration.
Gov. Hector Astudillo of the southern Mexican state of Guerrero says "Guerrero is not in any condition to receive the million or more than one million migrants."
At least a million Guerrero residents live in the United States, many without the proper documents.
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