Trump eyes executive action to end immigrant child separation

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June 20, 2018 18:01
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WASHINGTON - US President Donald Trump is considering taking executive action on Wednesday that would allow children to stay with detained immigrant parents through the adjudication process, a Fox News reporter said on Twitter, citing unidentified sources.

"Sources say Admin believes it is likely to draw a court challenge on the basis of Flores v Reno," the reporter said, referring to a 1997 settlement agreement setting standards for the treatment of immigrant minors.

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