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Trump plan to incarcerate migrant children at Fort Sill again shows worst of America

USATODAY.com Thursday, 11 July 2019 ()
Locking up children is nothing new in US. Call to ship migrant kids to base used for internment is causing Japanese Americans to say 'never again.'
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Trump Says He Wants Reporters to See Migrant Detention Centers President Donald Trump made the comments in response to questions about the Clint, TX, detention facility. The facility — which houses detained migrant children — has been criticized for deplorable conditions. Trump was asked if he...

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