Vice President Mike Pence returns from Central America, where he doubled down on Trump’s immigrat…

vice president Mike Pence arrives back in Washington early today after a week-long trip through Latin America he double down on the Trump Administration Zero Tolerance immigration policy at O’Keefe is in Guatemala City has more this Exodus must end it is a threat to the security of the United States between you and respect site Thursday to the president of El Salvador Honduras and Guatemala after meeting privately with the 3L and said tell your people that coming to the United States illegally will only result in a hard journey and a half life that warning of a harder life is a reality Liliana Medina now knows all too well biplane to the United States but her husband and 15 year old son did earlier this month somewhere in Mexico as they travel towards the u.s. her husband died now she waits for her son to be sent back from Mexico to this halfway for migrants with a child she said she wishes her husband and son had never left 5500 people this year in this room right now there’s a young family with a five-year-old boy fleeing violence they’re trying to sort out what they’ll do next father Melrose there’s a lady runs the shelter if he could speak with American officials tell them in Belterra metal dinero invest less money on border control and building a wall and use it instead on economic development and Medina says Guatemala’s government should be doing more to help the nation’s poor indigenous people like her North Korea’s president presidential provide jobs and help poor people so they don’t need to flee she said madinah doesn’t know when her son will return but she has to wait until he arrived at O’Keefe snooze Guatemala City
The vice president met with officials in El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala, where he insisted that their people repsect the immigration laws of the United States. CBS News political correspondent Ed O’Keefe reports from Guatemala City, where he spoke with one woman who’s been affected by U.S. immigration policy.

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