John Kelly, then White House chief of staff, told in 2018: "The children will be taken care of, put into foster care or whatever." In addition to losing track of parents, the United States can't locate 360 children. Or rather, "about 360."
The parents of 545 children separated at the U.S.-Mexico border under the Trump administration's "no tolerance" migration policy still can't be found, according to a court filing.
Parents Of 545 Children Separated At U.S.-Mexico Border Still Can't Be Found
The parents of 545 children separated at the U.S.-Mexico border under the Trump administration's policy still can't be found, according to a court filing. "Some…children may now have been separated for more than half their lives," says ACLU's Lee Gelernt
This is horrific and inhumane. It is a moral outrage. It represents the opposite of American values. History’s judgment on the Trump administration will be very harsh because of this—and rightly so.
"Some of these children were just babies when they were separated," says Lee Gelernt of the . "Almost their whole life, they have not been with their parents." Our president and his enablers are soulless monsters. They must be voted out.
The parents of 545 children separated from their parents by the U.S. government at the U.S.-Mexico border still can't be found, according to a new court filing.
545. Let that number sink in. That’s 545 too many.
Parents Of 545 Children Separated At U.S.-Mexico Border Still Can't Be Found
This makes me so angry and sad. As a parent of a small child, I can't imagine it. How are the orchestrators of this policy not being tried for crimes against humanity? Parents Of 545 Children Separated At U.S.-Mexico Border Still Can't Be Found
"What has happened is horrific," says Lee Gelernt, deputy director of the ACLU Immigrants' Rights Project, who has been leading the litigation. "Some of these children were just babies when they were separated."