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Mike Pence says it was 'heartbreaking' talking to children at border centers in Texas

USATODAY.com Friday, 12 July 2019
Vice President Mike Pence toured a Border Patrol facility in Texas after reports that migrants detained are being held in dangerous conditions.
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Vice President Mike Pence visited two federal detention centers in Texas to view its conditions firsthand. Pence said he wasn’t surprised by the conditions and said “the time for action is now.” According to CNN, he saw two different facilities, one with extreme overcrowding and hundreds of...

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