Alan Dershowitz: Mr. President, please end the policy of separating children from parents house Alan sees It right. So does @BillOReilly let’s change this immediately. We have so much good news let’s also make this a win. @POTUS @realDonaldTrumphttps://t.co/ZcKttkExMR— Anthony Scaramucci (@Scaramucci) June 19, 2018
The government should know how bad this looks and how innocent children are actually suffering. That kind of scenario is unacceptable to most Americans...Dershowitz:
It is debatable whether this general border policy is entirely the fault of this administration, or goes back to earlier administrations. But that too, misses the point. Right now, this administration is allowing young children to be taken away from their arrested parents. The more important point is that President Trump, with one phone call or one signature, can stop the separation of children and parents right now – today.Cruz:
Supporters of the policy claim that the president does not have this power. They are wrong. The president is the chief executive officer of the U.S. with the constitutional authority to see that the laws are properly executed. As President Harry Truman once put it: “The buck stops here.”
And so, Mr. President, I urge you to do the right thing: to order that no child will be taken from a parent for even one moment. Devise better methods of dealing with the problem. But right now, end the policy that separates children from parents. You can do it. You should do it. You must do it. Don’t’ let nay sayers try to persuade you that you lack the authority to do it. As the ad says: Just do it.
Mr. President, I have defended your civil liberties and will continue to do so, because I believe in civil liberties for all people. Civil liberties does not end at the entrance of the Oval Office, nor does it end at the entrance to America, at its borders. Basic decency requires that we recognize the traumatic impact separation can have on innocent children. Please end that policy now.
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