Laura Ingraham Fox News Host to have a backlash for calling child immigrant detention facilities “summer camps” . Also She faces a boycott after her comparing immigrant detention facilities as “summer camps.” According to immigrant child detention policy many children are in separation from their parents and housed in summer camps temporarily on the Mexican border
Laura Ingraham to face A Boycott For her comparing Immigrant Child Detention Centres to Summer Camps
Laura Ingraham faces a boycott. This after she compared the detention centres for immigrant children on the Mexican border as “summer camps”. Also she compared these centres as “boarding schools” President Donald Trump’s administration determined “zero tolerance” policy. This policy includes that the children are in separation from their parents, and the adults are in charge with illegal entry. Furthermore She said that every country has an obligation to protect its borders and its citizens.
Donald Trump and Zero Tolerance policy
The U.S.A started to implement a zero-tolerance policy. This policy is by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Also this policy concerns all undocumented migrants who enter the country. Adults are in detention and charge with crimes. Also the children are a way from their parents and put into shelters. The centres keep people enclosed in metal chain-link cages . Furthermore their kids sleeping on the floor . Reports say that in these centres many boys have two hours of outside time per day. Also they spend their time in watching movies and playing games. Two phone calls per week are available.President Donald Trump has blamed Democrats for the policy. Donald Trump in a tweet mentioned that the Democrats are forcing the families breakup at the Border with their horrible and cruel legislative agenda.
Donald Trump commits to sign executive order to end family separation at U.S.A border
Donald Trump said that he would be signing an executive order later Wednesday. He said that this would end the process of separating children from their families. This after they are detained crossing the U.S.A border illegally. He told reporters during a White House meeting with members of Congress that he want to keep families together, and It’s very important. The president, other officials, and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen have repeatedly said the only way to end the practice is for Congress to pass new legislation. Although some Republicans and Democrats have said that the president could stop it himself. Also President Trump said that this policy is Democrats’ fault.