President Donald Trump’s zero tolerance immigration policy which resulted in several thousand migrant children being separated from their families has caused an international outcry and a political backlash within the United States. And despite Trump’s executive order reversing the policy of separating migrant families, most of the children have not been reunited with their parents. In fact, it is possible that some children may never be reunited.
A federal judge late on Thursday said President Donald Trump's administration cannot immediately deport 92 Cambodian citizens from the United States without first allowing them a chance to challenge the action in court.
Some Republicans in Congress are working to prevent Trump from carrying out a top campaign promise.
"These laws splinter families and deny judicial review. Twenty years is too long to cling to broken and morally bankrupt policies.”
Trump claims Obama isn't deporting criminals, but this is a Republican lie often told, and often refuted