(Reuters)
Politics
Sessions: Immigrant kids are 'taken care of, not put in jail'
Attorney General Jeff Sessions defended on June 18, the administration's "zero tolerance" policy of prosecuting immigrants who enter the U.S. illegally which has resulted in the separation of children from the parents at the border.
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