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Leading Republicans Join Democrats in Pushing Trump to Halt Family Separations

“President Trump could stop this process with a phone call,” Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina and mostly an fan and golfing partner of a president’s, pronounced on CNN on Friday. “I’ll go tell him. If we don’t like families’ being separated, we can tell D.H.S. stop doing it.”

Anthony Scaramucci, who served quickly as White House communications executive final year, pronounced separating children from their families is not “the Christian way” or “the American way,” and done transparent he thinks Mr. Trump can finish it on his own. “The President can retreat it and we wish he does,” he wrote on Twitter.

The regressive editorial page of The New York Post, owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation, concluded on Sunday. “It’s not only that this looks terrible in a eyes of a world,” it wrote. “It is terrible.”

Mr. Trump has pronounced in new days that Democrats should determine to his duds of immigration measures, including full financing for a limit wall and revamping a complement of authorised entrance to a country, in outcome creation transparent that any legislation addressing family subdivision contingency also embody his priorities.

A tip confidant to Mr. Trump pronounced on Sunday that a boss was not regulating a family subdivision as precedence to force Democrats to come to a list on other process disputes, rebutting an unnamed White House central quoted by The Washington Post.

“As a mother, as a Catholic, as somebody who has got a conscience, and wouldn’t contend a junk that somebody said, apparently, allegedly, we will tell we that nobody likes this policy,” Kellyanne Conway, a White House counselor, pronounced on “Meet a Press” on NBC. “You saw a boss on camera that he wants this to end, though everybody has, Congress has to act.”

Article source: https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/17/us/politics/melania-trump-family-separation.html

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