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Trump administration racing to meet deadline to reunite migrant families
The Trump administration is now racing to reunite migrant families who have been separated under its “zero tolerance” immigration policy. With the White House facing a court mandate to return all children under age 5 to their parents by July 10, the Justice Department on Friday asked for more time. NBC’s Geoff Bennett reports for TODAY.
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