Audio captured frominside a facility used to detain migrant children separated from their families emerged Monday amid scrutiny of the administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policy.
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Former first lady Rosalyn Carter ripped the Trump administration for separating migrant families at the border, calling the zero tolerance policy disgraceful and a shame to our country.
Cruz's Protect Kids and Parents Act would require the federal government to keep immigrant families together "absent aggravated criminal conduct or threat of harm to the children."
MOSCOWLamenting that his fitness goals would now be thrown off for the rest of the World Cup, Argentinian forward Lionel Messi was reportedly pissed off Saturday after forgetting to wear his Fitbit watch during a group stage match against Iceland. Shit. Of course the one time I leave it in the locker room, I go out there and run, like, 10,000 steps, said the five-time Ballon dOr winner, adding that failing to log his activity stung even harder because he was merely 800 steps away from earning Fitbits Ruby Slippers badge, which hed been attempting to earn throughout Argentinas warm-up matches. Ugh, now Im going to have this weird dip in my activity, and my World Cup weight goal is totally going to be messed up. And I just know Sergio [Agero] is going to rub it in my facehe was running like a mad man out there; theres no way he didnt beat my step record. At press time, team sources confirmed Messi had since placed his Fitbit back on his wrist and was doing laps around Spartak Stadium to rack up extra miles.
The trick is forgetting they are children.
The president of the American Academy of Pediatrics on Monday said President Trump's zero tolerance policy separating families at the U.S.-Mexico border amounts to child abuse.
A new task force is built on the premise that the United States is under attack by malevolent immigrants.
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen pushes back at growing outrage over Trumps border crackdown.
Notes from a DHS meeting show it was one of the methods discussed for discouraging asylum seekers.