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Time magazine cover puts immigration crisis at Trump's feet

22 June 2018

The Trump administration is no stranger to controversy, but this week global backlash to the policy of separating migrant children from their parents at the U.S. - Mexico border was overwhelming.

Time Magazine's July 22 cover illustrates the power imbalance at the heart of the immigration policy.

The issue carries the simple coverline, "Welcome to America".

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He heard that US officials were separating families at the border, before Trump reversed the policy on Wednesday.

"Trump may have backed down on the specific practice of family separation, but the larger question remains". That original picture was captured by Getty photographer John Moore. The image of the crying toddler was taken from one of those photos.

When Sandra left on her journey with Yanela, she left Hernandez behind with three other children - Wesly (14), Cindy (11), and Brianna (6). But while he claims no more children will be ripped from their parents at the USA border moving forward, there will be no recourse for the thousands of families already torn apart. But then, Moore told The Post, the woman picked up her daughter, they walked into the van, and the van drove away. "I could see on their faces that they had no idea what was about to happen". Moore, who as a photojournalist has been covering the U.S. -Mexico border for a decade, said he did not see the pair separated but that policy at the time would indicate their separation.

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But a vote on a "compromise" bill between the party's hard-right and moderate wings, which ends family separations but also includes Trump priorities like curtailing legal immigration and providing some protections to young immigrants, was pushed back to at least Friday - a clear sign it lacked the votes to pass. "Immediately I recognized her". The magazine refuted his story, saying that's not how it chooses people.

The Trump administration has been enforcing a "zero tolerance" policy on illegal border crossers since early May.

"This is the case for my daughter, but it is not the case for 2,000 children that were separated from their parents", Valera said.

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Time magazine cover puts immigration crisis at Trump's feet