June 21, 2018
By Brendan Kirby
In trying to keep illegal immigrant families together while maintaining a zero-tolerance policy, President Donald Trump Wednesday put that ball squarely in the court of a federal judge appointed by Barack Obama.
Reacting to a firestorm, Trump signed an executive order ending a policy of separating parents from their children when they cross the border illegally. The president wants prosecutors to keep filing criminal charges against the parents but let them stay with their children while their cases move through the justice system. Read the full story in LifeZette.
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