Salvadoran President Nayib Bukele said his administration is currently unable to honor an asylum agreement made with the White House that aims to control the border crisis and admitted his country is in “shatters.”

Bukele, the 38-year-old conservative leader of El Salvador, readily admitted that his country is incapable of implementing an asylum deal he made with the Trump administration during an interview with CBS News. He noted the tiny Central American nation is wrought with crime and a stagnant economy; however, the former businessman and self-avowed Trump ally pledged he is working to make the deal work.



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