Trump’s executive order on family separations: 3 things it doesn’t do


Hours before signing his executive order, Mr Trump again blamed the opposition Democratic Party for the situation at the USA border with Mexico. But if the children are granted asylum or another type of protection allowing them to stay in the US, it would be hard for deported parents to get their children back. Orrin Hatch of Utah, wrote the Trump administration asking it to pause the separation of immigrant families until Congress comes up with a solution. That's what he did on Wednesday. During the signing, Trump said, "the border is just as tough, but we want to keep families together".

The action, according to people familiar with it, wouldnt end the zero tolerance policy, but would aim to keep families together.

US President Donald Trump has aggressively defended his policy of separating children from their parents at the Mexico border, accusing the migrants of "infesting" the country, media reports said.

Justice Department lawyers had been working to find a legal workaround for a previous class-action settlement that set policies for the treatment and release of unaccompanied children who are caught at the border.

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The speaker did not offer any back-up plan to bring an end to family separations if measures fail to pass.

First lady Melania Trump is thought to have played a part in Mr Trump's backdown.

Trump told White House reporters that he will sign something to stop the separation of families.

On Wednesday afternoon, congressional Democrats gathered on the Capitol steps to protest the practice of child separation.

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He added that: "We want to solve this immigration problem". They want open borders, which breeds terrible crime.

"The U.S. Justice Department is ignoring its legal and moral obligation for the sake of a political agenda at the expense of children and the efforts of state law enforcement officials combating crimes like human trafficking, drug trafficking and gang violence which operate across worldwide borders", Balderas said in a statement. "I didn't like the sight or the feeling of families being separated".

"Congress and the courts created this problem, and Congress alone can fix it", Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said earlier this week.

At a brief announcement at the White House, Trump did not provide further details on how families would be kept together or how detentions would be handled going forward. Nielsen was heckled at a restaurant Tuesday evening and has faced protesters at her home.

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America's top law official told Fox News the "zero tolerance" policy was about enforcing border security.