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 conscientious objectors to trump border policy get free legal aid
conscientious objectors to trump border policy get free legal aid

copied!Jason Rittereiser, whose law firm has offered free legal representation federal employees who refuse to carry out Donald Trump's migrant family separation policy, talks with Rachel Maddow about response to the offer both from other lawyers wanting to help and at least five government employees who have reached out for help.Jun.22.2018

anti-establishment group protests outside tax office | news

Some 20 members of an anti-establishment group gathered on Monday outside a tax office in Kallithea, southern Athens, and raised a banner in support of conscientious objectors.According to police, a female member of the group briefly entered the office without incident before dispersing with the rest of the group.

presstv-trump defends policy of ripping kids from parents

US President Donald Trump has defended his controversial policy of separating Central American immigrant children from their parents at the southern border after the United Nations demanded a halt to the "serious" violation of children's rights.The UN human rights office on Tuesday censured the Trump administration for its "zero tolerance" policy about undocumented immigrants in which some families have been separated after crossing the US-Mexico border.The rights office said that "children should never be detained for reasons related to their own or their parents' migration status. Detention is never in the best interests of the child and always constitutes a child rights violation."In a tweet on Tuesday evening, Trump blamed his administration’s controversial practice on opposition Democ

lawsuit over family splitting policy has trump playing word games

copied!Dahlia Lithwick, legal correspondent and senior editor for Slate, talks with Rachel Maddow about whether U.S. courts can stop Donald Trump family separation policy and restore American dignity, and explains how an ACLU case against the Trump administration's policy explains their legal gymnastics on the issue.Jun.20.2018

trump policy has children 'scared for their lives'

copied!The humanitarian crisis created by Trump has engulfed his presidency as he defends separating migrant children from their parents at the border. Rep. Judy Chu joins Ari Melber after visiting a shelter housing migrant children, saying the children are “traumatized by the situation”. Founder of Border Angels, Enrique Morones notes 11,000 people have already died as a result of the border wall that “already exists” and calls the policy causing family separation “horrific”.Jun.19.2018

mixed messages from wh on border separation policy

copied!While some in the Trump WH like Stephen Miller and Jeff Sessions are defending the administration's policy of separating migrant children from their families at the border, others in the administration say it doesn't exist at all.Jun.18.2018

trump administration sends immigration policy wish list to congress

The Trump administration has sent an immigration policy wish list to Congress that threatens to derail efforts to protect hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from being deported.
The Trump administration wants tougher immigration and border security measures, crackdowns on sanctuary cities, green card restrictions and funding for the U.S.-Mexico Border Wall.
The Trump administration has asked lawmakers to include tough border security and immigration enforcement measures in any deal to replace the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that the administration is ending. Those measures include provisions to make it harder for unaccompanied minors to enter the country illegally, money for the President's border wall and cuts to legal immigration, the CNN reported.
"These

judge blocks president trump's birth control restrictions

(PHILADELPHIA) — A federal judge in Philadelphia on Friday ordered the Trump administration not to enforce new rules that could significantly reduce women’s access to free birth control.Judge Wendy Beetlestone issued the injunction, temporarily stopping the government from enforcing the policy change to former President Barack Obama’s health care law.The law required most companies to cover birth control at no additional cost, though it included exemptions for religious organizations. The new policy would allow more categories of employers, including publicly traded companies, to opt out of providing free contraception to women by claiming religious or moral objections.Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, a Democrat, said that Trump broke the law to undermine women’s health and that

trump rejects another one of his own ideas on immigration

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The Rachel Maddow Show, 6/19/18, 9:25 PM ET
Lawsuit over family splitting policy has Trump playing word games
Dahlia Lithwick, legal correspondent and senior editor for Slate, talks with Rachel Maddow about whether U.S. courts can stop Donald Trump family separation policy and restore American dignity, and explains how an ACLU case against the Trump sharetweetemailsaveEmbedDonald Trump addressed the National Federation of Independent Businesses yesterday, and though the president’s remarks were supposed to be about small businesses and the economy, the only thing he seemed eager to talk about was immigration.In fact, at one point, Trump went on an extended, unscripted riff on one point in particular: the prospect of hiring additional immigration judges to help expedite

'welcome to america': time magazine eviscerates trump's immigration policy

In a critique of US President Trump's immigration policy, the latest edition of Time magazine features an image of an anguished immigrant child pictured beside an image of an indifferent US President Donald Trump.The headline states: "Welcome to America".The iconic image was taken by Getty photographer John Moore, who captured the emotion of a two-year-old Honduran asylum seeker when she was separated from her family at the US border with Mexico.The image is among those credited with motivating the dramatic policy reversal by President Trump on separating undocumented children from their parents.An executive order signed by Mr Trump will keep families together at the border, but it comes too late for the 2,300 children who have already been split from their parents.The Trump administration

trump’s ‘walk of shame’ amid fallout over border crisis

copied!AP reporter Jonathan Lemire, Fmr Rep. David Jolly, NYT’s Nick Confessore, WAPO’S Robert Costa, and MSNBC analyst Elise Jordan on fallout over Trump’s border policy & Melania Trump’s TX visitJun.21.2018

dreamers are americans too, despite what trump says

IDEASPraeli is the director of Immigration Policy and Campaigns for the ACLUAhead of Tuesday night’s State of the Union address, the White House promised that President Trump would deliver an appeal for national unity. Yet the actual speech inspired only further division and proved to be another installment in the Administration’s ongoing effort to portray immigrants as dangerous threats.Alongside falsehoods about current family reunification policy and slander about immigrants and crime, Trump’s speech attempted to justify a White House immigration proposal that would exchange urgently needed protections for Dreamers for a host of nativist policy goals. What President Trump described as a “fair” and “down-the-middle compromise” is anything but — his vision treats young immigrant Dreamers

trump's dhs chief pretends there is no family-separation policy

When top members of Donald Trump’s team add the word “period” to their most outlandish claims, it’s a safe bet they know they’re lying. The day after the president’s inauguration, for example, then-White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer angrily told reporters, “This was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration – period.”This came to mind yesterday afternoon.Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen took to Twitter to vehemently deny claims that her department’s border policy dictates separation of children from their families.“We do not have a policy of separating families at the border. Period,” Nielsen tweeted late Sunday.Let’s recap where the Trump administration stands on this:Donald Trump: Everyone should blame Democrats for the policy.Stephen Miller: Actually, we love

trump defends his family separation policy at the border

copied!There's defiance from Pres. Trump and his administration as they try to blame Democrats and Congress for a policy of the president's making. Our panel joins to discuss.Jun.19.2018

guatemalan asylum seeker sues trump administration because it still won’t tell h

There are court cases working their way through the legal system challenging the legality of Trump administration’s child separation policy at the border, but a lawsuit filed by a Guatemalan asylum seeker in federal court Tuesday shows how maliciously inept the functioning of the White House’s border policy is. Beata Mariana de Jesus Mejia-Mejia is suing the government for taking her 7-year-old son from her days after they arrived in the U.S. seeking asylum on or around May 19th. Since then she has not seen her son and doesn’t know where he is, even though she was released from custody on bond on June 15th.
“Ms. M. brings this action to have the government reunite her with her young child, D.M., from whom she has been separated now for more nearly one month. Ms. M. was released on bond af

nearly 2,000 children separated from parents at border

copied!The Trump administration zero tolerance policy of separating families crossing the U.S. border illegally faces backlash as concerns grow over the nearly 2,000 children taken into custody over the past six weeks. MSNC’s Mariana Atencio reports, then Joy Reid and her panel discuss what many call an inhumane policy.Jun.17.2018

trump is lying about his child migrant policy

copied!The Trump administration has separated nearly 2000 children from their parents at the border as Trump falsely blames democrats for his own policy tearing migrant families apart. Ari Melber breaks down the proof that Trump is lying about his child migrant policy and plays audio recordings of a judge in Texas telling a migrant mother he has no information about her child.Jun.15.2018

presstv-protesters decry trump’s family separation policy

Human rights groups have staged rallies across the US to denounce a policy by the administration of President Donald Trump to separate asylum-seeking Central American immigrant children from their parents.Hundreds of people chanted "families belong together" in front of the Justice Department on Friday, accusing the White House of violating human rights and traumatizing children for political reasons."This is indeed an emergency - every single day children are ripped apart from their parents and the Trump administration must immediately cease this policy," said Jessica Morales, chairwoman of We Belong Together, an immigrant advocacy group.The protests came after the Trump administration confirmed that it had split hundreds of families who crossed the US-Mexican border without immigration d

presstv-‘us voters back legal residency for immigrants’

A national opinion poll has shown that nearly two-thirds of Americans disagree with President Donald Trump's immigration policies and would like to see a path to legal status for undocumented immigrants rather than deportations.A CNN/ORC poll published on Friday indicated that 60 percent of the voters say a pathway for legal residency should be the US government’s immigration top priority, so that those who are in the US illegally and have jobs can become legal residents.This is while 13 percent described as “priority number one,” the deportation of illegal immigrants and 26 percent said developing a plan to stop illegal border crossings should be prioritized.The survey was conducted nationwide via cellphone and landline telephone interviews from 1,025 US adults between March 1 and 4. It h

report: on-the-ground border policy on family separation may, in fact, have chan

MSNBC’s Chris Hayes has been doing a lot of reporting on the Trump administration’s policy of separating undocumented families at the U.S.-Mexico border by charging parents with illegal entry and keeping them in adult facilities that will not house their children. On Wednesday, Donald Trump signed an executive order that purported to halt this policy, though it was not clear from the language of the order exactly how the situation would change on the ground. Now Hayes is reporting that authorities have dropped plans to charge 17 individuals in McAllen, Texas with criminal illegal entry, and that the decision appears to be linked to Thursday’s order:
Hayes has subsequently retweeted a local immigration lawyer and civil rights group who say that the individuals in question were separated fr

trump to sign executive order to keep migrant families together

President Donald Trump said he will sign an executive order on Wednesday to keep families together amid a furor over his policy of separating children from their parents when they're caught illegally crossing the US border with Mexico.Trump didn't immediately elaborate on the order during remarks in a meeting with US legislators at the White House attended by the press.ReplayReplay VideoLoadingPlay VideoPlay VideoPlaying in 5 ...Trump said he faced a dilemma between what he considered weak border enforcement policies that allowed too many undocumented immigrants into the country. But he said stricter border enforcement stirred accusations that "you don't have any heart," then added "perhaps I'd rather be strong".LoadingCriticism of the President's family separation policy mounted at home a

reports: trump may end family separation through executive action, like he could

The Trump administration has made extensive efforts to obscure the reality that the mass family separations currently taking place at the border are the result of its decision to prosecute all undocumented border crossings as criminal offenses rather than handling most of them in civil proceedings (as other administrations have done). But with the backlash against the policy reaching a crisis point as reports emerge that the U.S. government is operating entire detention centers for babies and toddlers, reports say POTUS may be about to admit that family separation is not “the Democrats fault [sic]” but rather a practice he instituted and could end at any time:
The AP has a similar report:
(To be clear, Flores is a 1997 legal settlement that requires children detained at the border to be

who’s defending family separation at the border and who’s condemning it

The criticism of the Trump administration policy separating migrant children from their parents at the border, which had been slowly building over the past weeks, blew up over the weekend, after Democratic lawmakers made a surprise visit to an Immigration and Customs Enforcement detention center and after Rep. Beto O’Rourke of Texas led a march to a tent city for migrant children. Other reports surfaced of frightened and distressed children being held in “cages.” (The Trump administration has contested the use of the term, while admitting to it being technically correct.) And on Monday, protests of a speech by Jeff Sessions defending the policy led to conflicts with the police and several arrests, while outrage grew as we learned of Border Patrol agents joking about wailing children in the

presstv-democrats rescind offer to fund trump’s wall

Democratic members of the US Senate have withdrawn an offer to fund the construction project of US President Donald Trump’s border wall along the southern border with Mexico.Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer confirmed on Tuesday that the offer to discuss funding for the controversial US-Mexico border wall had been taken back due to what he said was Trump’s failure to follow through on the outlines of an agreement discussed last week.Reports said Trump and Schumer had discussed a $31 billion package to pay for security measures along the southern border, far larger than the amount the US president had told lawmakers he would need to fulfill his signature campaign pledge."We're going to have to start on a new basis and the wall offer is off the table," Schumer told reporters, saying tha

“family values” conservatism is over

“We are a country of compassion. We are a country of heart,” Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen declared in her rambling and dishonest press conference on Monday about the Trump administration’s policy of separating families crossing the nation’s southern border. Americans have responded to that policy, and the horrific images from the border, with outrage.
By and large, however, white evangelicals—Trump’s most solid backers and the base of the religious right—have not parted with the president on this issue. As Trump’s zero tolerance border policy has separated nearly 2,000 families, and as his white evangelical base remains indifferent or even supportive of children being taken from their parents, it seems like we can at last retire the idea that the GOP can still call itself

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