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Trump’s quick fix on family separations unleashes internal tensions

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Though Kelly and White House counsel Don McGahn objected the president’s decision to sign Wednesday’s executive order, they did not vocally oppose him, a symptom, one administration official said, of the president’s most senior advisers recognizing the futility in trying to stand in his way. The White House’s most vocal immigration hawk has told allies that it will be impossible for the administration to maintain its so-called “zero tolerance” policy while keeping parents and children together, and that a return to the “catch and release” policy of previous administrations, where undocumented immigrants are freed inside the U.

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