Trump declines to end family separations, instead calling on Congress to pass legislation as pressure for action mounts and anger grows
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The Associated Press, meanwhile, is reporting that the agency that has overseen family separation, the homeland security department, is considering its own order to end the practice.
BREAKING: AP Sources: Homeland Security secretary drafting order to end family separation at border; unclear if Trump will sign it.
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Fox News chief White House correspondent, John Roberts, said the president is considering ending family separation today through an executive action.
EXCLUSIVE: @realDonaldTrump considering some sort of executive action today to allow children to stay with detained parents through immigration adjudication process. Sources say Admin believes it is likely to draw a court challenge on the basis of Flores v Reno