Thursday, May 26, 2022

Trump Backing Down! Says He’ll Sign ‘Something’ to Keep Migrant Families Together

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*If he does it, it’ll be the first time that we can reacall the orange a-hole in the White House even considering reversing an action he’s taken. In any event, word is President Trump is considering ending, at least temporarily, his policy of separating children from their mothers at the southern border.

If he takes the action, it would eliminate  a crisis for him and his administration that HE created. But of course, as you know, he can’t help himself from adding unecessary drama to the situation by dithering about what is an unbelievalbly simple call, literally and figuratively.

Via NBC News …

President Donald Trump, under pressure from angry members of his own party, said Wednesday that he would be “signing something in a little while” that would keep families together at the border, halting a policy he instituted earlier this year.

“I’ll be doing something that’s somewhat pre-emptive and ultimately will be matched by legislation I’m sure,” Trump told reporters when asked if he wants to try to keep to families together at the U.S. border.

“I’ll be signing something in a little while that’s going to do that,” he said. “We want to solve this immigration problem.” The signing was expected to take place later Wednesday afternoon.
Trump says he’ll sign order temporarily stopping family separation at border

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Trump did not disclose exactly what he would be signing, but an administration official confirmed to NBC News that an executive order had been drafted by the departments of Justice and Homeland Security to temporarily stop separating children from the parents of people detained at the border.
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Government officials familiar with early drafts of the executive order also told NBC News it would allow families to be detained together but would not stop the “zero tolerance” policy of charging people with a misdemeanor for entering illegally.

Like we said, since he’s the one who said he alone can fix all of America’s problems, here’s his opportunity. So why is so scared? Well, read on for MORE of this NBC News report.

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