Protesters Demand Reunification Of Families Still Separated | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC


identifications make us all feel good on it it’s really extraordinary to watch that and then you’re so happy for that family pictures of Heartless filthy everything that way that Senators want to see who has oversight of this that journalist want to see who have an obligation is there is there a concern about we need to be careful feeling too warm and fuzzy when we see one of these reunions over and for the country because it reminds you what the moral Stakes of this are at nobody looks at that without thinking of the 2000 children who are still in camps in in incarcerated extensively with no idea when they’re going to meet family members and some Israeli with any family members are having been deported so there’s really no ability to make that happen in heartlessness of the Trump Administration when we saw Health and Human Services arguing with the Department of Homeland Security over who was in charge of reunification plan and it became clear and that there was no plan and no one in charge to run on this as somehow border security when what we are talking about is indefinite family detention separation of children as young as babies I think Americans can see straight through that once I do have that very real argument and and conversation about who are we as Americans you know when I go downtown I see the Statue of Liberty I think about my grandfather coming across thought about from hungry all those years ago 1898 but Evan there is also a conversation we had about border security and I think when you talk about some of the the people in the middle in particular they have those concerns we learned last night the number of down in June the first time that has happened in four months does that give president Trump ammunition to say look this is working this program that we have this discussed new border plan is working or does it undercut overrun by immigrants in there causing you know who potentially you not to be safe in your home the president said about a year ago that illegal border-crossing since he came in office were down 60% close to 80% email saying this is terrible and Democrats don’t want to do anything about it and then the following week the RNC stand out at the border crisis there’s no real so I don’t know what they’re doing I think when we talked about border crossings we really haven’t talked about the real issue which is Visa overstays two-thirds of all illegal immigrants who came to the United States came from 2014 in these Over States are legally in the president and I think Democrats would be very smart to hammer the president on that point and say if you’re serious about immigration get serious on Visa overstays NBC on YouTube if you want to keep up-to-date with the videos were putting out you can click subscribe just below me or click over on this list and see lots of other great videos
Protesters took to the streets this weekend demanding an end to the family separations that have left more than 2,000 kids in detention centers. Evan Siegfried, Jess McIntosh, and Victoria DeFrancesco Soto join Chris Jansing to discuss the ongoing issue plaguing the southern border.
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