A rare look inside the vastly expanded tent city at U.S.-Mexico border
Back in June, Tornillo, Texas’s tent city was set up to house 450 kids, separated from their parents under the Trump administration’s now-defunct “zero tolerance” policy. Now it holds 1,500 and can accommodate up to 3,800.
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