Protestors Pressure Trump Administration to Reunite Migrant Children With Their Families

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Over 1,000 protested a decision by the President Donald Trump administration to separate migrant children from their parents upon crossing the Southwest border of the United States.
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Photo taken from Mexico, children play soccer at an encampment at the Tornillo Port of Entry in Texas.
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One protestor took aim at President Donald Trump for his administration’s decision to separate migrant children from their parents.
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U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke of El Paso led a march in Tornillo, Texas. Over 1,000 protested the decision by President Donald Trump’s administration to separate migrant children from the parents at the border.
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Aaron Montes
Over 1,000 protested a decision by the President Donald Trump administration to separate migrant children from their parents upon crossing the Southwest border of the United States.
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U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke of El Paso led a march in Tornillo, Texas. Over 1,000 border residents and politicians joined him to denounce a federal policy that calls for the separation of migrant children at the border.
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Aaron Montes
Over 1,000 marched on the Tornillo Port of Entry to the United States in Texas. They called for a halt to the Trump administration’s decision to separate migrant children from their parents on the border between Mexico and the United States.
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Aaron Montes
Over 1,000 marched on the Tornillo Port of Entry to the United States in Texas. They called for a halt to the Trump administration’s decision to separate migrant children from their parents on the border between Mexico and the United States.
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U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy of Massachusetts joined a protest led by U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke. They called for a halt in the Trump administration’s decision to separate migrant children from their parents at the border.
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Aaron Montes
Over 1,000 marched on the Tornillo Port of Entry to the United States in Texas. They called for a halt to the Trump administration’s decision to separate migrant children from their parents on the border between Mexico and the United States.
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Customs and Border Patrol agents overlook protesters during a rally at the Tornillo Port of Entry on Sunday. Over 1,000 marched on the Tornillo Port of Entry to the United States in Texas to protest a federal policy calling for the separation of children from parents at the border.
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Aaron Montes
Over 1,000 marched on the Tornillo Port of Entry to the United States in Texas. They called for a halt to the Trump administration’s decision to separate migrant children from their parents on the border between Mexico and the United States.
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Aaron Montes
Over 1,000 marched on the Tornillo Port of Entry to the United States in Texas. They called for a halt to the Trump administration’s decision to separate migrant children from their parents on the border between Mexico and the United States.
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Aaron Montes
Over 1,000 marched on the Tornillo Port of Entry to the United States in Texas. They called for a halt to the Trump administration’s decision to separate migrant children from their parents on the border between Mexico and the United States.
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