Summer Camp: Trump Administration and Immigration Policies
summer camp: One official told the Senate Judiciary Committee that while the Trump administration was developing its immigration policies, Health and Human Services officials said they were worried about any policy which would result in family separation due to concerns we had about the best interests of the child, according to The Chronicle Herald. Commander Jonathan D. White of the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, a branch of HHS, said they were also uncertain their department had enough resources to handle large numbers of detained immigrants. But some of the government's top immigration officials used a Senate hearing to largely defend how the policy has been implemented, with one comparing family detention centres to a summer camp. There's no question that separation of children from parents entails significant potential for traumatic psychological injury to the child, White said. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., what response HHS officials got from administration policymakers, White said, The answer was there was no policy which would result in separation of children from family units. Asked by Sen. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.