Trump on Border Policy: ‘I Hate the Children Being Taken Away’

‘The children can be taken care of quickly, beautifully and immediately

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REPORTER: “Mr. President, do you agree with children being taken away from their parents?“
TRUMP: “No, I hate it. I hate the children being taken away. The Democrats have to change their law. That’s their law. Quiet, quiet. That’s the Democrats' law. We can change it tonight. We can change it right now. I will leave here — no, no. You need their votes. You need their votes. The Democrats, all they have to do —“
REPORTER: “You control both chambers of Congress, the Republicans do.”
TRUMP: “Excuse me, by one vote? We don’t need it. We have a one vote edge. We need 60. We need 10 votes and we can't get them from the Democrats." 

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