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Adelaida Reynoso, 9, adds to a shrine to her mother that she keeps above the television set. (Kevin Sieff/The Post)
Adelaida Reynoso, 9, adds to a shrine to her mother that she keeps above the television set. (Kevin Sieff/The Post)
María Reynoso, right, makes tortillas with her sister, Magdalena Reynoso, in Sacapulas, Guatemala. (Kevin Sieff/The Post)
María Reynoso, right, makes tortillas with her sister, Magdalena Reynoso, in Sacapulas, Guatemala. (Kevin Sieff/The Post)
Adelaida, left, sits in her third-grade classroom in Florida. She has become a top student. (Kevin Sieff/The Post)
Adelaida, left, sits in her third-grade classroom in Florida. She has become a top student. (Kevin Sieff/The Post)
María Reynoso sits with a picture her daughter drew during her stay in a New York foster home. (Kevin Sieff/The Post)
María Reynoso sits with a picture her daughter drew during her stay in a New York foster home. (Kevin Sieff/The Post)

They were one of the first families separated at the border. Two and a half years later, they’re still apart.

Asylum seeker María Reynoso was sent back to Guatemala. Her 9-year-old daughter is in Florida. Theirs is a hidden separation — older, longer, unreported to Congress.

The loves and scandals of President Warren G. Harding

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