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Trump Administration Sued By States Over iImmigrant Families

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According to Reuters, more than a dozen states are suing the Trump administration.

The states have filed suits over the policy of family separation at the U.S.-Mexico border.

They claim Donald Trump’s executive order ending the breakups was illusory.

The move followed a week of incidents in which migrant children were separated from parents.

A week which included denials, deflections, and disinformation from the President and his staff. The complaint was filed with U.S..

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Trump Administration Sued By States Over iImmigrant Families

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