Trump: A Heartless Bastard for Separating Children from Parents

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Trump proved to be a Heartless Bastard for Separating Children from their Parents at the border to dissuade migrants from coming to the United States


Thanks to the DEMOCRATE BIDEN Administration, Separated Migrant Families Are Starting To Reunite

In a shift by the Biden administration, more than 1,000 families, who’ve been separated for years after being split up by controversial Trump administration policy have begun the process of reuniting


Migrant Children Heard Crying for Parents as They Are Separated at Border

Terrified children are heard crying for their parents after being separated by border patrol agents in heartbreaking audio. The clip, released to ProPublica, gives insight into the distress migrant children are in as they are detained. The Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” immigration policy has come under criticism from politicians on both sides of the aisle.


Trump Showing No Mercy To Kids Already Separated From Parents

Trump isn’t planning on doing anything about this. Cenk Uygur, host of The Young Turks, breaks it down. TYT now has a full audio network! Award-winning comedian Jimmy Dore provides an irreverent and humorous take on today’s headlines and hypocrites


Parents of over 500 migrant children missing after border separation, ACLU says

The ACLU said it’s searching for families as far back as June 2018 that were separated at the U.S.-Mexico border.


ACLU filing: Parents of 545 separated migrant children still unable to be reached

New information on the Trump administration’s impact on families trying to cross the U.S. southern border has come to light. Lawyers say they cannot find the parents of 545 children after they were separated at the border. The children are in U.S. custody, and some of them haven’t seen their parents in more than three years. Mireya Villarreal reports on the effort to track them down.


As 400+ Children Remain Separated From Parents, Trump Admin Wants to Detain Kids Indefinitely

The Trump administration is attempting to remove court-imposed time limits on the detention of immigrant children. The administration’s proposal would allow immigrant families to be held in detention indefinitely, ending the long-standing 1997 Flores agreement which says that children cannot be jailed for more than 20 days. More than 400 children remain separated from their parents more than a month after a court-imposed deadline requiring the Trump administration to reunite all of the separated families. The American Civil Liberties Union says it appears ICE officials had access to the phone numbers of hundreds of parents of separated children before a federal court’s June 26 family reunification deadline, but intentionally withheld the phone numbers for months. We speak with Cathleen Caron, founder & executive director of Justice In Motion, a group spearheading an effort to find parents of detained children.


More kids separated from parents at border: Report

Under the TRUMP administration, thousands more kids may have been separated from their parents at the border than was previously known, according to an internal government report.

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