"I think it's just incredibly hopeful and refreshing", she said of the response.
Their stories are truly sad, and worth reading about.
Calling for a "strong" border, he says: "We can not allow our Country to be overrun by illegal immigrants as the Democrats tell their phony stories of sadness and grief, hoping it will help them in the elections".
Hundreds of migrant children are able to hug their families again, despite the continued attack by the mainstream media on President Trump's hard-line immigration stance.
With both White House arguments proving untenable and public pressure mounting in the wake of photographs of children kept in cages at a Texas facility and audio of them crying out for their moms and dads, Trump signed an executive order Wednesday meant to keep families together at the border.
Some reunifications were taking place, though it was unclear whether they involved the 700 children taken from parents between October and April, or the 2,300 since the mandatory prosecution of illegal border-crossers, whose children were taken away as a result, began in early May.
Trump on Wednesday ordered an end to family separations amid the political backlash it inspired. "We will secure our borders ... the word will get out".
Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said Monday separating families is not new, but acknowledged that the Obama administration and that of President George W. Bush did so at a lesser rate.
The Justice Department has been combating reports about its ability or willingness to enact the zero-tolerance policy.
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She said the government had been made well aware of the company's views during "extensive and frank" discussions. Airbus, which employs 15,000 people at 25 sites across the country, warned that this was "no idle threat".
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They also made a decision to have the International Monetary Fund participate in a system to monitor the country's finances, even after the bailout program ends.
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"There has been no change to the department's zero tolerance policy to prosecute adults who cross our border illegally instead of claiming asylum at any port of entry at the border, " spokeswoman Sara Isgur Flores said.
In another tweet Friday, Trump backed off calling on Congress to act on immigration, telling Republicans not to be "wasting their time" trying to pass legislation before the November midterms.
They were brought back together around 2:30 a.m.at Baltimore-Washington International Airport in Maryland, hours after the government relented.
"Tens of thousands of people from impoverished, violence-stricken Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador and parts of Mexico have crossed the United States border since previous year requesting asylum".
"You don't hear these stories", said Steve Ronnebeck, whose 21-year-old son Grant was killed by an illegal immigrant over a pack of cigarettes.
Immigration officials have said they could seek up to 15,000 beds in family detention facilities, and the Pentagon is drawing up plans to house as many as 20,000 unaccompanied immigrant children on military bases. The chances of a bill passing are "not good, and worse with the POTUS tweets", said one aide, who spoke on the condition of anonymity to speak candidly about the sensitive issue.
The man said he worries about his son, who speaks only Portuguese. Holding a challenge coin he had been given by acting Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Thomas Homan, the father said, "I wish some of our media had the same integrity as our president, our vice president". She's spoken with him three times, for five minutes each, since the separation more than a month ago. These were families that had been "permanently separated". Parents and children were being detained separately.
Government agencies were unable to say what would happen to the children already sent to tent camps and other facilities spread across the country while their parents were charged with immigration offenses.
At a White House meeting this week with some two dozen wayward Republicans who needed nudging on the immigration bill, one lawmaker directly asked the president if he would reverse course on it the way he did when he threatened to veto the budget deal, according to two Republicans familiar with the private exchange.
"Republicans should stop wasting their time on Immigration until after we elect more Senators and Congressmen/women in November", Trump wrote.