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President Donald Trump reversed course late Wednesday afternoon and signed an executive order to end family separation of asylum seekers and immigrants who illegally cross the border.  The President, and members of his administration, said multiple times only congress could end this practice at the border.


Despite this, the president took action following days of criticism of this separation policy from both Democrats and Republicans as well as from other countries and national bodies.  New families taken in by border enforcement will now be held together, but the order does nothing to reunite the already 2,300 families or more separated during the height of the policy.