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Melania Trump Visits Second Child Detention Site Without Controversy

30 June 2018, 01:15 | Tara Lloyd

Melania Trump Visits Second Child Detention Site Without Controversy

Quoting a Drudge Report headline Trump wrote''OBAMA KEPT THEM IN CAGES WRAPPED THEM IN FOIL' We do a much better job while at the same time maintaining a MUCH stronger Border! Mainstream Fake Media hates this story

Melania Trump boarded a plane in Washington, D.C, Thursday morning en route to Arizona where she met with Border Patrol officials and visited a Phoenix shelter for migrant children.

Melania Trump made an unannounced visit to a Texas facility last week.

Jeff Sessions was already under fire for his policy separating immigrant children from their parents when he was filmed joking about the children's plight at a speech to a conservative foundation this week, igniting widespread protest.

The First Lady touched down in Tuscon Thursday dressed to the nines - and this time - without controversy. "If you try to scale the fence they'd be even too happy to have you arrested and separated from your children".

Melania Trump visits border, Congress flails on family separations
Melania Trump made a bold fashion choice on her way to visit a migrant children's shelter in Texas on Thursday. She only wore the jacket when she boarded the plane, and not when she got off .

She also visited what officials described as a short-term holding centre for migrant minors. The court also prohibited, absent a waiver, the deportation of parents without their children, and it said that in the future children can only be separated from a parent if that parent poses a threat to the child.

One day earlier, a "compromise" bill created to put a definitive end to family separations failed in Congress, embarrassing the president.

The initial trip took place the day after President Trump signed an executive order aimed at ending family separations. Sarat said that if Melania Trump really cared about the children, she would listen to their families to learn why they are fleeing their homes to the U.S.

"I know how hard and unsafe your daily jobs are", the first lady added. Hola. Hello. How are you?

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Whatever the first lady's motivation, her spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, says it is hers alone. They responded by saying, "bien". She said, "It's incredible, as young as 6 years old, you know, someone would leave them". "Who is five?" she asked.

"The rhetoric we hear from the other side on the issue, as on many others, has become radicalized", Sessions said (via the Los Angeles Times).

Castro said her group was pushing for the immediate reunification of separated families, for an end to Trump's immigration policies and for the abolishing of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, the agency in charge of deportations. "She recognizes that", Grisham told reporters, according to the White House press pool.

"There has to be consequences for violations of law", Rodolfo Karisch, the chief patrol agent, told the first lady.

Extradition hearing today for men accused of killing Bronx teen
Carmelo Anthony , a former member of the New York Knicks, and TV personality La La Anthony visited Guzman-Feliz's family Monday. NYPD Chief Terence Monahan described Guzman-Feliz's murder as " among the most brutal crimes I've seen in my 36yr career".

More than 2,000 children have been taken away from their parents at the United States border with Mexico, under the Trump administration's "zero tolerance" immigration policy.



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