to create the public will to force koening to do something. they don't do anything without putting pressure on that you are neck. this isn't a partisan shows, it's a huge taken crisis. if we don't address this, who are we? the idea that they are uses these very vague laws to justify this kind of krufl behavior makes you understand this administration does not see immigrant families like they see american family. and by american families i mean white families. when can you justify ripping children away from their parents or unaccompanied minors risking everything -- think about what they are risking. think about what has to compel a family to leave their home, to uproot their family, to cross the border taking miles, days, week, in order to do that, to be rip apart. >> and ultimately ripped hay part. >> think about what you must be going through. >> i actually think that pressure is mounting. if you have been following twitter. >> in the last 48 hours. we couldn't have probably known about the 1500 children misplaced had it not somebody from hhs who mentioned it a couple weeks ago.
discredit me there's over 13 attorneys representing mr. trump, mr. koen, my client, the u.s. attorney's office. i find it rather ironic that i'm the only one that they're digging around in their personal life and trying to discredit. in some ways i wear it as i back of honor, joy, because i think it shows that we're actually very effective. we're believable. the american people find us and find me to be credible, and we're going to continue doing what we're doing. i don't care what the cost is on a personal level. i'm not going to stop until we got to the bottom of this, and we bring the event to the american people, and people find out really what happened in connection to this coverup. joy, i'm going to tell you something, the truth here is very, very ugly, and it gets more ugly by the day and the week. the president and mr. giuliani can attempt to discredit bob mueller. they can attempt to fire him or shut down that investigation. we're not going home. period. >> as you said, you said you anticipated these attacks. i mean, it's been very personal, a lot of it. you know, it's been ver
hig s sights set on saving them. reporter: on weekends koen heikop's classmates go out on the soccer pitch or to parties, but koen heads for the windmill. alongside school, the 16-year-old is learning to be a miller. he's apprenticed to henk demoet in the 130-year-old mill in dongen close to the belgian border. koen already knows the routine. first he puts out the flag, meaning the miller is there. then the rotor shaft has to be lubricated with pork fat according to a centuries-old practice. and finally the sails are stretched over the rotor blades. koen: my friends like what i do here. but they don't really understand it. when i talk about it, they get bored pretty quickly. reporter: boring or not, windmills are the emblem of the netherlands. there are around 1000 in the country, and nearly all of them are still running, and not just for tourists. they are still used to grind grain, power sawmills, or pump water into the low-lying reclaimed areas called polders. but there's a distinct need for a new generation, like koen, says the master miller. he is almost 70. henk: nowaday
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