Trump changes course on immigration, signs executive order to keep families together
Hours after abruptly reversing his administration’s immigration policy that separated children from families with an executive order signed Wednesday, President Trump rallied with supporters in Duluth, Minnesota. A spokesperson from the Department of Health and Human Service told NBC News that the 2,300 children already separated may not be immediately reunited with parents who await court hearings. NBC’s Peter Alexander reports for TODAY.
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