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"Click the link to read the draft and the comments. https://t.co/lDoCyvrMbk The draft plan was provided to @NBCNews by the office of Sen. Jeff Merkley, D.-Ore., which says it was leaked by a government whistleblower."Read more from Twitter
"BREAKING: As @SenJeffMerkley just made clear on @allinwithchris and in this NBC News story, DHS Sec. Nielsen was lying when she said there was no family separation policy: https://t.co/NMU0wqMEK4"Read more from Twitter
"Merkley Reveals Secret Trump Administration Plan to Create Border Crisis https://t.co/9GxXvsB93n"Read more from Twitter
"I just released a NEW DOCUMENT showing that the @realDonaldTrump administration PLANNED to traumatize children and intentionally create a humanitarian crisis at the border. https://t.co/PBdXyDXgP8"Read more from Twitter
"Thousands more immigrant children were separated from their parents under the Trump admin. than previously reported, according to a report by the inspector general for the Dept. of Health and Human Services. https://t.co/5ckBlTfdzh"Read more from Twitter
Sen. Jeff Merkley is requesting that the FBI open a perjury investigation into Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen NielsenRead more from Roll Call
At the heart of the bill is an extreme plan to gut protections for Central American children seeking asylum in the United States—one Democrats are certain to reject. https://t.co/XSAF1YaUyf— Mother Jones (@MotherJones) January 24, 2019
"HAPPENING NOW: Trump still separating families. Juliet is 15. Months. Old. Separated from her dad on December 28 & detained ever since. The worst part: The Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR) will not even disclose where she is being held. This is terror.https://t.co/2CojToXIEV"Read more from Twitter
Kirstjen Nielsen has continuously maintained - including during Congressional testimony - that there was never an *actual* family separation policy.— Nick Knudsen (@DemWrite) January 24, 2019
A newly uncovered 2017 memo tells a different story.
Uh oh. Did @SecNielsen lie to Congress?https://t.co/HOWmCbnxUT
"Six months before Kevin entered the U.S. with his one-year-old daughter, the Trump Administration had pledged to stop most family separations at the border. But in this case they took Grethshell, wailing, from his arms: https://t.co/3ZzKD0y1Hf"Read more from Twitter