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Immigration / Facilities Condition / Cuccinelli Interview #1139138

CNN Evening News for Monday, Jul 08, 2019
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A Keeping Them Honest look at the conditions at the border facilities for migrants with stories from the "New York Times" & "El Paso Times" introduced; President Trump's tweet about these phony stories about detention centers, "New York Times" story based on CBP agents & from the DHS inspector general's report quoted. [On ABC Sunday, acting DHS Secretary Kevin McALEENAN - offers views on the status of the children in the facilities.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interview held with acting Citizen & Immigration Services director Ken Cuccinelli about the facilities. [CUCCINELLI - offers views on getting help focused on the children to reduce the numbers at the facilities, the shortage of beds for children at ICE & DHS, how fraudulent claims are swamping the facilities because of the time needed to process.]

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