Trump Admin Sat On Critical Data For Helping Reunite Kids Separated From Families | Rachel Maddow

Lee Gelernt, deputy director of the ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project, tells Rachel Maddow how his organization was suddenly presented with data, including phone numbers, related to immigrant families that had been separated by the United States after months of saying no such data existed. Aired on 12/5/2020.
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Trump Admin Sat On Critical Data For Helping Reunite Kids Separated From Families | Rachel Maddow

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