According to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the Bible justifies ripping migrant children from their parents’ arms. Last week Sessions cited apostle Paul’s “clear and wise command” when defending the administration’s new practice. Sessions also said that the Trump administration policy of separating families is “not unusual or unjustified.”
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a frequent critic of Republican President Donald Trump, intends to spend $80 million helping Democratic candidates in November's U.S. congressional elections, the New York Times reported on Wednesday. Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a frequent critic of Republican President Donald Trump, intends to spend $80 million helping Democratic candidates in November's U.S. congressional elections, the New York Times reported on Wednesday.
The Trump White House was pretty down today as the President undid the order they all pretended he never made and then defended him for making.
An executive ordered signed by President Donald Trump on Wednesday directs the U.S. Justice Department to seek a modification of a court order to permit families that enter the United States illegally to be detained together until their criminal proceedings are concluded
President Donald Trump, addressing what his administration has characterized as an unwanted side effect of his zero-tolerance policy on illegal immigration, signed an executive order on Wednesday to keep families who illegally cross the U.S. southern border together as they await immigration proceedings.
American and United airlines want nothing to do with the Trump administration’s family separation policy as they have asked the White House to please fly their kidnapped children on someone else’s airline.
Trump's cave exposes the fact that his blaming of Democrats and Congress for the child separations was a complete lie, and he has been humiliated.
Trump told reporters that he would be signing something soon to keep families together at the border, which could be the DHS order ending family separation.
The AP tweeted:
BREAKING: Trump says he'll be "signing something" on immigration, wants to keep migrant families together.
Montel Williams has had it. The television personality wrote that he will not vote or give money to any Republican who doesn't stand up to this "ammoral sh*t show" Donald Trump calls a presidency.
At 12:45 in the morning, these young girls who were separated from their parents on the Southern border and brought to New York were moved on the streets of East Harlem according to an exclusive by Spectrum News NY1. The reporters heard them speaking Spanish, and saw little children covered in blankets and put into a car.
It is being reported that the Department of Homeland Security is drafting an order to end family separation, but Trump may not sign it.
For the next year, Vasquez languished in the crowded detention center. She repeatedly asked an immigration judge for bond so she could await her day in court back with her family. And repeatedly, bond was denied as ICE argued that she was a flight risk. Even after a judge ruled that she had the right to stay legally and permanently in the United States, she was kept locked up for five more months as ICE fought the decision.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt will testify before the Senate's environment committee in August, panel chairman Senator John Barrasso said on Tuesday, where he will face questions about spending and ethics controversies.
While the American people are rightly outraged by the Trump administration's abuse of migrant children, House Republicans proposed a budget that would gut Medicare and Medicaid.
Senate Democratic Leader Charles Schumer of New York said that it was up to President Trump to fix the border problem and stop separating children.
Pope Francis has criticized the Trump administration's policy of separating migrant families at the Mexican border, saying populism is not the answer to the world's immigration problems.
The family's quandary mirrors life-changing decisions being made all the way from Central America to the Mexico-U.S. border, as migrant families en route to the United States take pause to consider whether losing sight of their children is worse than the violence back home.
As images of youngsters in cages and an audiotape of wailing children affected by Trump's "zero-tolerance" policy filled worldwide media, the overwhelming majority of Republicans in competitive districts in November's elections issued statements and took to social media to try to tell voters that they did not condone removing children from their parents.