Another official said he warned the Trump administration they would traumatize the children by separating them from their families.
120 parents, some who have been separated for months, remain in immigrant detention because they signed a waiver giving up their rights to get their kids back. Many didn’t understand what they were signing.
This family was reunited Tuesday, but dozens of young children are still waiting as Trump's deadline passes
Juan and his 3-year-old daughter Gricelda were separated two months ago crossing the border into the U.S. They turned out to be the lucky ones.
She fled after they chanted "shame," "abolish ICE," and "if kids don't eat in peace, you don't eat in peace."
What if the next president could just swish his star-spangled magic wand and end birthright citizenship once and for all?
Private prison companies are reaping in government cash to run detention centers for immigrant families, despite a court ruling ordering the Obama administration to close the controversial facilities.