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Donald Trump '1,000% behind' Republicans scrambling to pass immigration law and end child separations at US-Mexico border

Independent Wednesday, 20 June 2018
With mid-term elections looming, GOP fears backlash over more than 2,300 children torn from parents
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Workers at Su Casa Hispanic Center say the people they serve have become more fearful in the wake of the Trump administration's increasingly strict immigration enforcement and deportations — some even too afraid to report being victims of crime.

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