First Lady Visits Migrant Children In Arizona

First Lady Melania Trump visited migrant children in shelters at two Arizona cities.  Thursday morning Mrs. Trump thanked U.S. immigration officials in Tucson before visiting a facility there.  She said she wants to help migrant kids and families however she can.  One immigration official told Mrs. Trump that there's been a lot of misinformation about how the migrant children are being cared for.  Then the First Lady headed to a Southwest Key facility in Phoenix where she was met by protesters. President Trump signed an executive order last week, ending the controversial policy of separating migrant children from their parents.  Since then, Democrats have complained that the process of reunification is moving much too slowly.


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