As news of the attack spread, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani announced he would extend the cease-fire with the Taliban, but did not give a time frame for the extension. The Afghan Taliban announced their cease-fire after Ghani unilaterally declared a temporary cease-fire for the holidays on June 7. "We didn't allow them to enter the city with their weapons", said Ahmadzai, adding at least 80 Taliban entered the city in the last two days to visit their families.
In fact, the administration's stricter border enforcement - known as the "zero tolerance" policy - has resulted in splitting up children and their parents. "There is no law that says the Administration has to rip children from their families". "These fixes would go a long way toward discouraging families from sending children on the harrowing journey to the US, resulting in fewer children in the hands of gangs such as MS-13 and more adults facing the consequences of their actions", she said.
The quake struck at 8am, as platforms would have been heaving with passengers waiting to board their commuter trains to work. The government confirmed two of the deaths. and Meiji Co., temporarily stopped production lines at their factories in the region for safety checks, news reports said. It also cracked roads and broke water pipes, leaving homes without water.
But Scaramucci noted on CNN Monday that Republicans control the House, Senate and presidency. "It's a crime to come across illegally and children get separated ". "If you don't like that, then don't smuggle children over our border". Kelly, Trump's former head of Department of Homeland Security, told NPR last month the policy is one "no one hopes will be used extensively or for very long".
The family separation issue has emerged as one of the most inflammatory issues in a legislative fight to pass immigration reform. The president, she said, is trying to work with Congress to find a solution. How many families have been separated? . Nielsen addressed reporters at the top of the White House briefing hours after she rejected criticism of her department during a speech in New Orleans.
Occupants at Casa Padre, an immigrant shelter for unaccompanied minors, in Brownsville, Texas , U.S., are seen in this photo provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, June 14, 2018. "It's completely unacceptable under any moral code or under any religious tradition to injure children, inflict trauma on them in order to send some political message to adults somewhere overseas", he said.