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What will happen to children in custody after Trump’s executive order?
NBC justice correspondent Pete Williams joins TODAY to break down what could be next for the estimated 2,300 migrant children who have already been separated from families when crossing the southern border and being kept in custody.
NFL, players agree to suspend controversial national anthem policy02:37
Head of national intelligence rebukes Trump over Russia in candid interview02:29
Trump invites Putin to White House for second summit this fall03:36
Megyn Kelly questions Sean Spicer about press briefings, inauguration, more17:31
FBI director says Mueller’s Russia investigation is not a ‘witch hunt’00:55
Sean Spicer: Russia meddling is ‘clear,’ but so is no evidence of collusion05:58