DHS Secretary addresses controversial immigration policy

"Of the 12,000 UACs that are currently housed within HHS facilities, 10,000 are unaccompanied," Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said.
0:44 | 06/21/18

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And indeed it very clear her exit of the 121000. You EC's that are currently houses an HHS facilities. 101000 unaccompanied which means 101000 of those kids percent here without a parent without a legal guardian. In hints of smugglers in the hands of traffickers. Anyone who's ever asked those children are looked at the facts. It's each park I mean these children some of them are raped or abused. Many of them com their party recruited into a game because that was the only way they could survive the travel. Says this is not only a humanitarian issue from that perspective. But we have what we dissent Kenyans suspected terrorists that we know of trying to travel here day.

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