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Radio Atlantic: The Trauma at the Border

A migrant advocate shares the harrowing stories of asylum seekers and describes what the Trump administration’s new border policies could mean for these families.

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On Tuesday, Attorney General William Barr immigration judges to stop releasing that could include the return of family separations. A few weeks ago, the president threatened to . Days later, he fired his Department of Homeland Security chief, who to hard-liners in the White House.

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