Trump wanted to reinstate large scale separation of migrant families crossing border

Nielsen did not because she told trump that federal court orders prohibited DHS from reinstating the policy and that he would be reversing his own executive order from June that ended family separation.

The insane part of this whole thing is, as cruel as Nielsen was, she still wasn’t cruel enough for fat donald.

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Who is surprised?

his best friend Kim told him about his southern border and Orange Julius fell in love with that idea

Didn’t Nielsen testify to Congress that there was no family separation policy?

You have to admit that trump and the republicans really have a good policy of stopping people from coming here. They just take their children away from them and they have no idea when they’ll get them back. It doesn’t matter if they’re fleeing violence or trying to make a better life for their family. When you start taking kids away from parents they’ll stop coming.

That’s what US politicians are doing.

I bet Trump tries to declare the US Border a “No Go” zone within a few months.

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This shows you what a coward Trump really is. He backs off of family seperation in public because he doesn’t want people to be mad at him. Then he demands his underlings re-instate it because he hates foreigners, but wants the underlings to take the heat.

■■■■■■■ coward.

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Time for public hearings, under oath. Nielsen needs to tell the truth about fat donald trying to defy orders from a federal court.

The Senate will get right on that one I am sure, if they can pencil it between Clinton investigations

Yeah it appears she was under pressure to defy the law, and even his own EO…

On multiple front it seems front seperations to asylum laws, I wonder what her book will reveal on how much he wanted to break

Good. As Trump said last night, America is full. You don’t have to go home but you can’t stay here.

The cruelty is the point with these people.

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You guys didn’t care when the last 3 admins did the same thing. The Flores case…

" In 1997, the U.S. government reached an agreement known as the Flores Settlement Agreement, which arose out of Flores v. Reno , a 1987 California case."

“The Flores settlement requires that minors in INS custody must be housed in facilities that meet certain standards, including state standards for housing and care of dependent children. The settlement also establishes state licensing authority over detention facilities and defines a “licensed program” as any program, agency or organization that is licensed by an appropriate state agency to provide residential, group or foster care services for dependent children.”

http://www.ncsl.org/blog/2018/10/30/unaccompanied-minors-and-the-flores-settlement-agreement-what-to-know.aspx

Why?

" In 1985, Jenny Lisette Flores, an unaccompanied 15-year-old girl from El Salvador, was apprehended by the Immigration and Naturalization Service after illegally attempting to cross the Mexico-United States border.[2]:1648 The unaccompanied minor was taken to a detention facility where she was held among adults of both sexes, was daily strip searched, and was told she would only be released to the custody of her parents, who, INS suspected, were illegal immigrants.[3]"

WIKI…

You were fooled again by fake news…

Yes, Obama separated families at the border, too

Just like Obama, right?

The last three admins did not do the same thing. They did not separate families as a matter of zero-tolerance policy. They did not criminally prosecute every single family for illegal entry. They kept families together, but either immediately deported them or gave them a date to appear in immigration court to appeal their case. Quit spreading this stupid false talking point.

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Your own ■■■■■■■ article:

Neither Obama nor Democrats created Trump’s zero-tolerance policy, which calls for every illegal border crosser to be prosecuted and leads to their children being detained in separate facilities before being shipped to a shelter and eventually a sponsor family.

He took it even further by separating more than 2,000 children from their parents as a way to deter future migration, which has caused national bipartisan outrage. On Wednesday, he signed an executive order designed to end the family separations, but children would still be detained with their parents.

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No, quit with the ■■■■■■■■■

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Omce again we have to argue reality with trump supporters…

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