I joined Vice President Mike Pence and members of the Senate Judiciary Committee Friday in a visit to a migrant detention center in Texas to witness firsthand how much work we have left to do to secure our southern border.
After visiting two migrant detention centers in Texas with Mike Pence, South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham was not filled with sympathy, saying, "I don't care if they have to stay in these facilities for 400 days."
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is defending the conditions of the border detention facilities visited by Vice President Mike Pence on Friday. Trump tweeted Sunday, saying the children's rooms were "well run and clean" while the men's facilities were "clean but crowded.
A group of more than a dozen House Democrats toured border detention facilities in McAllen, Texas, on Saturday, recounting "inhumane" conditions including overcrowded cells, rampant disease, and asylum seekers who had not washed or brushed their teeth for weeks.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and other freshman House Democrats related their harrowing observations Friday morning after touring migrant detention centers in Texas. Joy Reid and her panel discuss their reports, compared to the statements of Vice President Read more
Vice President Mike Pence saw the overcrowded conditions facing migrant adults and children in Customs and Border Protection custody firsthand Friday, becoming the highest-ranking member of the Trump administration to visit two federal detention centers in Texas ahead of controversial Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids targeting undocumented immigrants this weekend.