New Report Says 545 Children Separated At Border Are Still In U.S. Custody

The Trump administration says they can’t find hundreds of parents who were separated from their kids at the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Children line up to enter a a temporary shelter in Florida, Feb. 2019. The US government didn't have the technology needed to properly document and track the thousands of immigrant families separated at the southern border in 2018.

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Children line up to enter a a temporary shelter in Florida, Feb. 2019. The US government didn't have the technology needed to properly document and track the thousands of immigrant families separated at the southern border in 2018.

Wilfredo Lee/AP/File photo

New Report Says 545 Children Separated At Border Are Still In U.S. Custody

The Trump administration says they can’t find hundreds of parents who were separated from their kids at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Reset brings on Maria Woltjen of the Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights for a deeper look at the Trump administration’s family separation policy and the damage that it caused. A new report found there are still 545 children in U.S. custody that have yet to be reunited with their parents.

GUEST: Maria Woltjen, executive director and founder of the Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights