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Does the executive order solve the problem?

Does the executive order solve the problem?

06/21/18 11:11AM

President Trump created the new executive order to solve the immigration problem his administration created. Stephanie Ruhle discusses the next steps for these families. Weighing in: Attorney Midwin Charles, Chief Economic Correspondent for Politico Ben White, and former republican Congressman David Jolly of Florida. watch

#GoodNewsRUHLES: CA couple raises $16M for separated immigrants & refugees

CA couple raises $16M for separated immigrants & refugees

06/21/18 10:26AM

A couple in California wanted to raise $1,500 to help reunite immigrant families but so far they have received over sixteen million dollars in donations. The money will go to the largest non-profit organization in Texas that helps immigrant children, families, and refugees. #GoodNewsRUHLES watch

Thousands of kids ripped from their families, now what?

Thousands of kids ripped from their families, now what?

06/21/18 10:20AM

Families will no longer be separated at the border when seeking asylum, but there are still thousands of children who have already been taken from their parents and relocated. The director of the Unaccompanied Minors Program for Catholic Charities Community Services joins Stephanie Ruhle to explain what the next steps are for the children who... watch

Executive Disorder: President Trump's zero-tolerance policy 'fix'

What the immigration executive order mandates

06/21/18 10:08AM

President Trump signed an executive order calling for an end to the separation of child migrants from their parents at the border after he said it was up to Congress to do something. Stephanie Ruhle explains how this helps future migrating families, but not the thousands of people who have already been separated. watch

Sessions, Nielsen send mixed messages about immigration policy

Sessions, Nielsen send mixed messages about immigration policy

06/20/18 12:56PM

Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen have been sending mixed messages about the new immigration policy that separates families. Stephanie Ruhle breaks down this policy and how it was supposed to be used as a deterrent. Weighing in: Maria Hinojosa, Bret Stephens, and Rev. Mark Thompson. watch

An inside look at shelters and tent cities

An inside look at shelters and tent cities

06/20/18 10:29AM

Access to the children inside immigrant detention centers is limited to the photos and videos the government distributes. Stephanie Ruhle speaks with New York Times reporter Manny Fernandez who has seen inside the “tender age” shelters, Rep. Mary Gonzalez who represents a district with a “tent city” and Cal Perry who is standing outside the ... watch

Why separating families is bad fiscal policy

How separating families is costing taxpayers

06/20/18 10:22AM

President Trump’s controversial immigration policy is costing American taxpayers more than twice as much as they would if families weren’t separated. Stephanie Ruhle explains how much it is costing the country to detain these migrants. Weighing in: NBC National Security and Justice Reporter Julia Ainsley, GOP Pollster Chris Wilson, and Vice... watch

Disturbing audio doesn't change Trump administration's mind

Disturbing audio doesn't change Trump administration's mind

06/19/18 12:23PM

Audio released by Pro-Publica purportedly shows migrant children’s’ heartbreaking pleas for their relatives at a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol facility. Despite these cries and mounting public outrage, President Trump, Homeland Security Secretary Nielsen, and Attorney General Sessions continue to defend the policy. watch

What is happening at the border in Mexico

What is happening at the border in Mexico

06/19/18 10:31AM

Mariana Antencio explains the dangers and tough choices families seeking asylum face on the Mexican side of the border. Atencio joins Stephanie Ruhle to give viewers a glimpse at the immigration crisis from Reynosa, Mexico – a legal point of entry. watch

An inside look at the path of migrants

An inside look at the path of migrants

06/19/18 10:24AM

When people cross the border illegally, many do so seeking asylum. Jacob Soboroff is live from the Anzalduas bridge in Mission, Texas – a hot bed for migrants turning themselves in to border patrol with the goal of declaring asylum. watch

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