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>> Until they're free!>> Protests across the country calling for an end to the Trump administrations zero tolerance immigration policy. As US President Donald Trump digs in tweeting a familiar refrain Monday to build the wall.>> We're going to have the wall, we're gonna have the wall. We've already started it.
>> The president igniting a backlash of criticism after a shoo in due process Sunday, suggesting in a tweet quote, when somebody comes in, we must immediately, with no judges or court cases, bring them back from where they came. Government officials reported 2,053 children remain separated from their parents.
Days after Trumps sign an executive order to stop separating families at the border, a result of his zero tolerance policy inactive in May. Senator Elizabeth visited some of those children at the process center in Texas Sunday.>> It's a disturbing picture, they are children by themselves. I saw a six month old baby.
They're all alone on concrete floors in cages, there's just no other way to describe it.>> US attorney general Jeff Sessions reaffirmed the administration's commitment to zero tolerance Monday.>> If we refuse to prosecute these adults for illegal entry as many of my critics want us to do, that would be a disservice, I think to the people of this country.
>> And the US military is poised to support the effort to fund secretary
] told reporters, the military is preparing to build temporary camps at two bases to house immigrants.