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Migrants continue north, tariff pinch in Tennessee, working in US weapons sales

Thousands of migrants from Honduras and Guatemala are traveling north trying to make their way to the US border. Now President Donald Trump is threatening to cut off US aid to Central American countries that fail in "stopping people from leaving their country and coming illegally to the US." Also, in Tennessee, farmers, whiskey distillers and all kinds of small businesses are feeling the pinch of Trump's tariffs. Plus, a reality check on the number of jobs Americans hold in the weapons sales industry.

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