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> He had 55 days in that same camp.>> Javier has his four-year-old son back after being separated at the Texas border. In all, 57 of the 103 young children covered by a court order have been reunified with their families as of Thursday morning.
>> In a statement, the US Department of Homeland Security saying, the other 46 children were ineligible for reunification, citing safety and health issues. But officials say they intend to continue with quote, good faith efforts to reunify families separated under Trump's zero tolerance policy. The struggle to track and match parents with the youngest children suggests an even bigger problem.
>> We were gonna be looking at a very different situation with kids five and older.>> The Trump administration might have more difficulties in meeting a July 26 deadline to reunite the remaining 2,000 older children with their parents. The administration says the delays are due to the time it takes to run background checks, confirm family ties, and locate parents released from detention.
But rights advocates blame the government's poor technology, saying the system designed to trap children just doesn't work.