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>> The economy and local currency are the big stories here in Mexico in the aftermath of Donald Trump's surprise win. But on the border in Nogales, a Northern Sonora State, migrants have much more basic concerns. I'm David Aleta Garcia with Reuters here in Mexico City. Earlier this week I spent several days in and around the city of Nogales, just across from the US state of Arizona and spoke to more than a dozen migrants.
Most have spent months getting that far and while some suggested that Trump's win will force them to reconsider and maybe even turn back, others remain absolutely determined to seek a better life by attempting to cross or re-attempting to cross. While it remains unclear what a President Trump will actually do on immigration policy, what is clear is that many migrants are still digesting his shock win, and many are clearly wary of a future that is much more uncertain now than it was just a week ago.