Thousands of families were separated by the Trump administration due to the “zero-tolerance” policy created. Parents who crossed the border illegally with their children were prosecuted and separated from each other. As of January of this year, current President Joe Biden completely revoked this policy and promised to reunite the thousands of families separated. On February of this year, Biden created a task force to help reunite these families. This week, President Biden has begun reunifying some of the parents separated by this policy and is working on being able to not only reunite parents with their children but their whole families. According to CBS News, there is an estimated 1,000 families who remain separated.
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