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let's start with the families at the border. they are facing a long road to reunification after reversal from president trump. he signed executive order ending the separation at the border. sources ll cnn the president was frustrated by contradicting messages from the administration and republican allies questioning his heart. still, it was an abrupt decision for a president known for leaning in to unpopular decisions than abandoning them. >> so we're keeping families together and this will solve that problem. at the same time, we are keeping a powerful border. it continues to be a zero tolerance. we have zero tolerance for people that enter our country illegally. >> first lady melania trump is working behind the scenes encouraging her husband to change course on family separation. the executive order solves one issue, but leaves many unsettled.
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it doesn't address the families already split. children as young as 9 months old thousands of miles away from their parents. existing policies put the onus on parents to reunite children in custody. a child in custody of the government. more than 2,300 children have been separated from the parents at the border since last month. >> and now walking back the issue of sponsorship will proceed. that means kids may not end up back with their parents. now the spokesman says hhs is awaiting further guidance. now families are kept together, there is a legal issue. kids cannot be detained longer than three weeks. there is no word what happens when the parents cases take longer. >> hours after signs the immigration order, the president is back on the campaign trail. we get more from jeff zeleny.
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>> reporter: christine and ryan, president trump in duluth, minnesota for the campaign rally. immigration front and center in washington. the t did not dwell on immigration at all at the rally. this is the entirety of what he said about the executive order. >> today, i signed an executive order. we will keep families together, but the border is just as tough as it has been. democrats don't care about the impact of uncontrolled migration on your communities, your schools, your hospitals, your jobs or safety. democrats put illegal immigrants before they put american citizens. what the hell is going on? >> reporter: so the president taking familiar jabs at democrats about immigration. clearly trying to keep this an issue to drive his base in the midterms. the one thing not mentioned is the republican criticism about
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the family separation issue. it should be noted this is what many believe is a short-term fix. this is likely to be challenged. this is likely to be revisited again and again. the white house said it did not want a band aid. that is what many believe it is. in the short-term, the president is moving beyond that. not dwelling on the executive order. ryan, this remains a big issue as republicans are trying to get votes for the immigration bill today. >> thank you, jeff. hundreds have been quietly taken to new york city. bill de blasio says more than 350 children have come through one facility alone. most of them are still there, including a 9 month old. cameras from new york 1 news caught five girls brought to a foster agency after midnight on wednesday. de blasio is wondering how this
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happened without the city government having been made aware. >> what is happening here? how is it possible that none of us knew there were 239 kids in our city? how is the federal government holding back that information from the people of the city? and holding back the health that these kids need. this is traumatic process. the mental health issues alone. they made clear are very real and painful. >> new york governor cuomo sharing the outrage and calling this a dark stain on the history of our nation. saying you cannot un-abuse more than 2,300 children separated from the parents. the administration family and separation policy has already done harm to those children used as pawns in the president's political agenda. protesters expressing anger overnight at laguardia airport. >> and protesters line up and american and united and frontier
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airlines are asking the government to stop using their planes to fly migrant children separated from their families. american has no desire to separate children from families or profit from it. frontier promised it will not knowingly fly migrant children away from parents. the problem is the airlines do know. they have contracts with the government to use the planes. they have no idea who uses the texts. the department says it is up fortunate the airlines don't want to partner with the dhs to protect the traveling public. airlines are not the only ones protesting. walmart is disturbed that former store is now a shelter. tweeting it had no idea the building would be used for the purpose when it sold it in 2016. this is the largest child shelter in the u.s. president trump may have ended the practice of separating families at the border, but before that, many companies spoke out against that policy calling it unamerican. facebook, uber, jpmorgan chase and many ceos coming out saying this should end.
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>> let's talk about the politics of all of this. let's bring in daniel lippman. daniel, tha for being here. >> of course. >> i want to put up on the gr n screen of the backtrack of what the officials said about the zero tolerance policy from the white house. kirstjen nielsen -- oh, we will play this. take a listen. >> congress alone can fix it. congress can fix it tomorrow. >> only congress can fix this issue. >> fundamentally we are enforcing the law. >> we want congress to do their part. >> he can do it through executive order. >> only congress can do it. the president said a week ago i cannot do this through executive
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order. how is he able to do it with executive order yesterday, daniel? >> i guess they have been able to use their lawyers to find a way in the constitution to do that. you will not have democrats file a lawsuit against the trump white house and say you cannot do it through executive order. we should keep in mind this does not cover all of the kids still in custody. i doesn't seem like the trump administration has cared that much about legal liability. this is a guy that has attacked a judge, mexican-american judge as illegitimate. this is nothing new from the administration. >> in terms of the kids separated from parents. the hometown tabloid calls them hostages and asks the president to release the hostages. we should be clear here. there is no plan for reunion.
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this was an executive order. it looks like it was meant to tamp down a bad news cycle for the president. the news cycle isn't over. you have 2,300 kids thousands of miles away from parents, dan. >> you also had a number of these parents who were deported to central america. so if you are in guatemala and your kid is in michigan in some foster family system or home, that is not an easy situation to connect them. also the record keeping in terms of paper records and electronic records. it is not the best. they were very hasty in how they separated families. it is not like they registered everyone and it is easy to just reunite them all. dhs has a lot of work to do to reunite these people. >> so they will debate this on
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capitol hill today. this is the moderate bill which has the best chance of passing in front of congress. it gives dreamers a path to citizensh citizenship. it gives the president $25 billion for the border wall which democrats don't like. it revises congress member goodlattes's provision to address separation. >> from the sources we have talked to on kpcapitol hill, th bill is in trouble. the house committee had to meet last night. they added an extra $100 billion to the border wall. so clearly this bill is in trouble and even if it passes the house, it may be too
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conservative to pass the senate. this 20-day deadline that trump put in the executive order, they have to revisit this issue if they can't pass it today. >> listen to "the wall street journal." the president huddled with the congress on tuesday, but it is a cop-out. if he wants a solution for d.r.e.a. d.r.e.a.m.ers annual, he will get nothing and they will one against failure in november. is it clear what the president wants? what is the leadership from the white house in the process? >> he wants congress to fix it. that is what he said for weeks. we should remind our viewers that this is a rare reversal by the president. it is very unusual to see him totally backtrack on a critical issue that got him elected. we should probably think that his voters, his base, will still
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support him. they did not rebel. even trump supporters have kids and they have been affected by the images from texas as well. this is something that republican leaders are worried about hurting their chances in the midterms every day they have this in the news. they are not talking about the booming economy although the stock market hasn't been doing well in the last week. >> i know reporters noticed it. some did not believe the pictures. the pictures given to us by the government. we are not allowed in the places. they don't believe the places or what about it. what about the pictures from the obama administration that show teenage boys in the detention centers. there are detention centers for migrants in the united states because we have a broken immigration system. the difference here is the separating young children from parents at the border.
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i signed an executive order. we're going to keep families together. >> the president wants families kept together at the border, but getting families back together after separation is another story and it won't be easy. the president wants to merge the departments of labor and education. the centerpiece of the plan rolling out today to consolidate american bureaucracy. and devastating floods in south texas. over a foot of rain in a few days. a 91-year-old woman among those rescued. welcome back to "early start." i'm ryan nobles. >> i'm christine romans. it is thursday, june 21st. the first day of summer. let's start with the families at the border. they are facing a long road to reunification after reversal
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from president trump. he signed executive order ending the separation at the border. this is the president ordering the end of the practice he sarted. a practice he said he could not fix with executive order last week. sources tell cnn the president was frustrated by contradicting messages from the administration and republican allies questioning his heart. >> so we're keeping families together and this will solve that problem. at the same time, we are keeping a powerful border. it continues to be a zero tolerance. we have zero tolerance for people that enter our country illegally. >> first lady melania trump is working behind the scenes for the past several days encouraging her husband to change course on family separation. the executive order solves one issue, but leaves many unsettled.
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it doesn't address the families already split. existing policies put the onus on parents to reunite children in custody. more than 2,300 children have been separated from the parents at the border since last month. >> and n families will be kept together at the border, but there is now a legal issue. now families are kept together, there is a legal issue. kids cannot be detained longer than three weeks. there is no word what happens when the parents cases take longer. >> president trump back out on the campaign trail. we get more from cnn's jeff zeleny. >> reporter: christine and ryan, president trump in duluth, minnesota for the campaign rally. immigration front and center in washington. the president did not dwell on immigration at all at the rally. this is the entirety of what he said about the executive order. >> today, i signed an executive order. we will keep families together,
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but the border is just as tough as it has been. democrats don't care about the impact of uncontrolled migration on your communities, your schools, your hospitals, your jobs or safety. democrats put illegal immigrants before they put american citizens. what the hell is going on? >> reporter: so the president taking familiar jabs at democrats about immigration. clearly trying to keep this an issue to drive his base in the midterms. the one thing not mentioned is the republican criticism about the family separation issue. it should be noted this is what many believe is a short-term fix. this is likely to be challenged. this is likely to be revisited again and again. the white house said it did not want a band aid. that is what many believe it is. in the short-term, the president is moving beyond that. not dwelling on the executive order. ryan, this remains a big issue
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as republicans are trying to get votes for the immigration bill today. >> thank you, jeff. hundreds have been quietly taken to new york city. mayor bill de blasio says as many as 350 kids have come through one facility alone. most of them are still there, including a 9 month old. cameras from new york 1 news caught five girls brought to a foster agency after midnight on wednesday. >> what is happening here? how is it possible that none of us knew there were 239 kids in our city? how is the federal government holding back that information from the people of the city? and holding back the health that these kids need. this is traumatic process. the mental health issues alone. they made clear are very real and painful. >> new york governor cuomo sharing the outrage and calling
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this a dark stain on the history of our nation. saying you cannot un-abuse more than 2,300 children separated from the parents. the administration family and separation policy has already done harm to those children used as pawns in the president's political agenda. >> let's bring back dan lippman. this is the president reversing something that he did in the first place that he said could not be reversed with an executive order. this is how "the wall street journal" editorial stated it. he previously said he could not reverse, but this was a problem of his own creation and zero tolerance is part of it. do you see anything that suggests there is a fix here? you have 2,400 children separated from parents with no way to get them back together.
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>> they are still trying to figure that out. you can bet that democrats are hounding the president and republican party until every single child is back in their parents' custody. we will wait until that actually happens. i think trump himself probably regrets doing this in april. he thought that the public would not pay attention or that there would not be a huge outcry. he should remember that just because your base supports a policy does not mean there will not be a huge firestorm. something that is fundamental as taking a person's kids away makes it much more real than just deporting illegal immigrants. no one is saying we shouldn't do any deportations. the fact it just seemed heartless to a lot of republicans and democrats, that
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was the bridge too far. >> the other thing, the president and john kelly hopedi. that did not happen. it is interesting. the big question raised is what finally put the question over the hump here to reverse course on this issue. it usually takes him a bit to get him in that position. the president gave a clue to that last night in minnesota. take a listen. >> feel very strongly. my wife feels strongly about it. i feel strongly about it. i think anybody with a heart would feel strongly about it. we don't like to see families separated. at the same time, we don't want people coming into the country illegally. >> that's obviously in the white house. not in minnesota. daniel, we know in the past his daughter and wife have a big influence on the president. it appears they played a bill role in getting him to move on this executive order. >> although ivanka trump did not speak out until after trump
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reversed himself on this issue. a lot of people are waiting for ivanka or jared to say something. melania had put out a statement to cnn a few days ago about this issue. so when trump says anyone with a heart would not want to see this, that almost admits that their policy did not show heart in the last couple months. if they had continued this, there would be many more kids taken away. i think ivanka's role here was important. the president himself -- when you are president, you have to go back to the family every day and have dinner with them and catch up. it is an embarrassing situation when his wife was distancing herself from a major policy of the president's. >> to have him reverse, he doubles down and triples down.
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this is rare to see the president back down in any way, shape or form. you still have a problem. you still have detention centers. we have had them for years along the border. you have the issue with how to deal with a rush of asylumions america and people entering the country illegally. who are desperate. they don't want to go back where they came. the moderate gop bill and conservative gop bill. what do you see happening today in the house that could help fix any of this? >> they could very well be defeated. a lot of democrats say the bills don't do enough to address the problems at the root. so, you want a bipartisan solution where everyone is on board. this is washington, d.c. that is very unlikely. i think republicans are going to be continuing to work on this if the bills get defeated.
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it is a huge political headache for this issue to be talked about. remember, republicans want to talk about the tax reform bill. we have not heard about that weeks. or the economy. >> or north korea. >> yeah. >> and this is demonstrated in the latest poll. republicans in the last poll when we did this a month ago crept back up and made at least the house races competitive on a generic ballot. democrats are gaining steam. this is something you can imagine, daniel, that democrats will use over and over again in campaign ads as we head into the fall. >> tom steyer and the progressive campaign committee released ads with the audio of the kids crying for mom and dad. you can bet that the audio will be used in a lot of ads. and that is a reversal from
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before when democrats were often on the defensive on immigration. you know, maybe they had part of the public with them on the topic, but it is very hard to sometimes make the intellectual case for a country that is becoming more pop populist. democrats feel they can go on the defensive and try to protect these people. >> daniel, thank you for stopping by this morning. nice to see you. the sun rising behind him there. first day of summer. what trade war? big tech stocks helping wall street brush off concerns of the trade war battle. "cnn money" is next. and when a natural disaster strikes, engineer robin murphy and the army of robots come s t
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breaking overnight. the washington post reports that the white house will merge the labor and education departments. the plan calls for streamlining the way the government provides benefits for low-income americans. that is an area conservatives have railed against for years. any consolidation would need congressional approval making discuss a long shot. "new day" is ten minutes away. john berman joins us this morning. i like your tie. >> thank you very much. >> checks and stripes? >> i choose to bend the rules and sometimes flat outbre breake rules. 2,300 children.
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what happens to them this morning? when do they get reunited with their parents? there is no answer from the administration this morning. in fact, when i went to bed last night, the answer was nothing. the administration and government would do anything to reunite these kids. later, they tried to backtrack it and say we want to and that is our intention to get it done. do they have a plan? we are trying to figure out that this morning and there is no coherent explanation. that is emblematic of the administration. you get the sense the administration did not go into the strategy clearly. >> "now free your hostages." that is the headline from "the daily news." 2,342 children. even the more friendly "new york post" okay, i'll fix it. he is not getting love from the hometown papers. >> maybe this is bureaucracy, but you think the fate of the
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protests in pennsylvania after an unarmed 17-year-old shot and killed by police. we want to warn you the video is disturbing. it happened in east pittsburgh where police stopped the car matching the description of the car. when the driver was ordered out. two people ran off. a teen identified as antwan rose was shot by officers and died at the hospital. the family lawyer says it is difficult to find justification for the shooting. flash flooding ravaged texas. heavy rain was reported in victoria, corpus christi and mcallen. that is where a 91-year-old woman was rescued when water rose in her home. in the city of san juan, cars
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submerged. stranded driver rescued by kayaks. flash flood watches are in effect through this afternoon. move over movie pass. america's largest movie chain amc unveiling the amc stubs a-list. this allows members to see up to three movies each week in any format for $20 a month. movie pass offers customers one free movie a day for $10 a month. they threw shade at amc saying quote, heard you jumped on board the movie subscription train. twice the price for a quarter of the movie network. thanks for making us look good, amc. congratulations to steenew zealand's prime minister. giving birth to a baby girl. feeling lucky to have a basebby girl. she shares a birthday with the
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former prime minister bhoutto. they talk about how important it is to take the six weeks to be the example to men and women to take time for the baby. i'm christine romans. >> i'm ryan nobles. "new day" starts right now. >> we are going to keep families together, but the border will be just as tough. >> this is a crisis the president created. then he said he fix said it. but he didn't really fix it. >> agencies have no idea what to do with these 2,000 plus kids that we have. >> we want to ensure placement with relatives, sponsors. >> we should take a look in the mirror. are we still the united states of america? >> this is "new day" with alisyn camerota and john berman.

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