Trump agreed with Graham's characterization of the choice facing his administration as it tries to enforce a zero-tolerance policy on prosecutions for those who enter illegally.
So, why did Trump sign it? She was at the White House where Trump told reporters he would be "signing something" shortly. "This is very good compromised legislation that not only solves the child separation issue at the border, it also solves the border, it solves DACA, it solves a lot of our broken immigration parts".
"And blames Congress, though Republicans are in control and Obama's application of the law while in office kept families together: "#CHANGETHELAWS Now is the best opportunity ever for Congress to change the ridiculous and obsolete laws on immigration. "Go for it! WIN!"
"Parents who entered illegally are by definition criminals", Nielsen said on Tuesday.
However, Democrats and some Republicans have said Trump could end the policy himself.
"We're having a lot of problems with Democrats that don't want to vote for anything", he said.
May said Wednesday that images of children in cages were "deeply disturbing". He also said there's a consensus among lawmakers that no family should be separated.
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"So we're going to have strong, very strong borders, but we're going to keep the families together", the president said.
May said she she "unequivocally" believed what the U.S. administration was doing on its border was "wrong".
Trump told Republicans during a closed-door meeting Tuesday night that he would support them "1,000 percent" on immigration but did not specifically back either bill.
WASHINGTON - Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is drafting an executive action for President Donald Trump that would direct her department to keep families together in detention after they are detained crossing the border illegally, according to two people familiar with her thinking. Instead, after the adult is charged, children are held briefly by Homeland Security officials before being transferred to Health and Human Services, which operates more than 100 shelters for minors in 17 states.