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US wants to avoid pulling what may be thousands of migrant children from 'sponsor' homes to rejoin parents, saying it "could be traumatic to the children."
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The Trump administration says it would require extraordinary effort to reunite what may be thousands of migrant children who have been separated from their parents and, even if it...
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coronavIRISH 2 Feb 19
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Carol Sundahl 2 Feb 19
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💔 “The Trump administration’s response is a shocking concession that it can’t easily find thousands of children it ripped from parents, and doesn’t even think it’s worth the time to locate each of them,” said Lee Gelernt, the lead ACLU attorney.
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Don Liebau 2 Feb 19
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Wtf,it wasn’t traumatic ripping them away from their parents but its traumatic re-uniting them with their parents🤔🤔What kind of bassakward and totally f’d up logic is that??The fact is they didn’t track parents OR kids and have no idea how to re-unite.
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Dawn WTFAmerica? 4 Feb 19
I don't care how much it will cost. Use DNA, create an entire new independent department (not under HHS) REUNITE THESE KIDS! And punish those responsible.
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John Dantzler 2 Feb 19
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I just threw up in my mouth. I never thought my country would emulate Nazi Germany and claim it's for the good of the children.
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AJ 2 Feb 19
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Terri Peznola 2 Feb 19
crimes against humanity. You should be tried in international court
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Hopey_70 {#44} 4 Feb 19
yep.
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Jeremy E. Simpson 2 Feb 19
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Sandra E Lewis 2 Feb 19
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Oh, okay! So now we want to weigh what is conscionable!
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