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Democrats urge Trump to rescind 'zero tolerance' as GOP delays immigration vote


JOHN YANG: Tonight, the state of play on immigrationis anything but clear.

Parents arrested at the southern border arestill trying to reunite with their children.

Congress is still searching for an overallsolution.

And President Trump is still talking tough.

White House correspondent Yamiche Alcindorbegins our coverage.

DONALD TRUMP, President of the United States:These are the American citizens permanently

separated from their loved ones.

YAMICHE ALCINDOR: The president sought todayto shift the focus from families separated

at the border to the families of people killedby undocumented immigrants

DONALD TRUMP: They're not separated for daysor two days.

They are permanently separated, because theywere killed by criminal illegal aliens.

YAMICHE ALCINDOR: As he has before, he alsofalsely linked the larger migrant community

to those who commit crimes.

DONALD TRUMP: You hear it's like they're betterpeople than what we have, than our own citizens.

It's not true.

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