Just weeks ahead of the midterms,
President Trump putting a spotlight
This amid a report his administration
is considering a new take
on family separation at the border.
According to the Washington Post,
the president is considering a plan
that gives parents who cross
the border illegally two choices:
stay in detention for months or
even years with their children
as they await immigration proceedings,
or allow children to wait
in government facilities
until relatives are located.
Even the first lady weighing in,
telling our Tom Llamas
that she was blindsided by
the child separation policy,
and she's against it.
I didn't know that
that policy will come out.
I was blindsided by it.
I told him at home, and I said to him
that I feel that's unacceptable,
and he felt the same.