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NBC’s Jacob Soboroff examines immigration crisis in new book ‘Separated’

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Thousands of children were separated from their parents under Trump administration border policy. NBC’s Jacob Soboroff covered the story from the start, and now he joins TODAY to talk about his new book, “Separated: Inside an American Tragedy.” He warns of “lifelong trauma” due to the separations, and says the officials involved have not been held to account.