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This is a humanitarian crisis, and the chaos that this President has sowed is leaving these children and families afraid. We need consistency and compassion out of this administration, to work with us to solve this problem. And not to call these people, these children, people who are infesting our country.
It's insulting, it's wrong, and it's dangerous. We need to do better.>> They're being treated as you probably heard my colleagues describe, as criminals on cold, concrete floors, Mylar blankets, in cages.>> We have no way of knowing, even when the questions have been asked of what is happening to the 2300 children who were separated from their families?
Where is the plan? Where is the list of the names? Their names, where they're from, where they are going, what shelters are they in? On the other side, where are the parents' names? Some may have been deported.