Chief Patrol Agent Rodolfo Karisch of the Tucson Sector Border Patrol told the first lady that there was "a lot of misinformation" about their handling of children who were caught crossing the border illegally.
On June 21, she was castigated for boarding her aircraft en route to meet children at the US-Mexico border in Texas in the $39 Zara jacket. The court also prohibited, absent a waiver, the deportation of parents without their children, and it said that in the future children can only be separated from a parent if that parent poses a threat to the child.
The overall goal of the Arizona visit, Grisham said, is to provide insight to Trump as she continues to "encourage family reunification" and urge Congress "to fix our broken immigration system".
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"The first lady is moved by what she is hearing, and what she saw in Texas, and she wants to again see and listen for herself what is happening in these places".
It's the first lady's second trip to the border amid continued outrage over her husband's now-suspended policy of separating migrant children from their families when they cross the border illegally. She later travelled to Phoenix, where she visited a complex that is housing dozens of migrant children separated from their parents.
"The rhetoric we hear from the other side on this issue, as on many others, has become radicalized", Sessions said. "So this is something that our people encounter on a daily basis, is seeing children that are put in, and families, in very unsafe situations".
Protesters spent Thursday morning outside a facility for detained children in Tucson that's operated by the non-profit Southwest Key.
"Migration is a human right".
President Trump on June 20 signed an executive order ending the practice of separating children from their families.
The demonstration arrives after reports emerged of thousands of migrant children being separated from their families in recent months as a result of the Trump administration's "zero-tolerance" policy implement last month.