Trump declines to end family separations, instead calling on Congress to pass legislation as pressure for action mounts and anger grows

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

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