Homeland Security chief, Atty. General Sessions defend zero-tolerance border policy01:36
At the National Sheriffs' Association annual conference, Kirstjen Nielsen denies that the Department of Homeland Security is intentionally acting in "immoral and disgraceful" ways. "Don’t believe the press, they are very well taken care of," Nielsen says of immigrant children being separated from their parents. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said later, "We do not want adults to bring children into this country unlawfully either, placing those children at risk."
Thousands of migrant children separated from parents prior to 'zero tolerance' policy01:32
ICE detains U.S.-born marine veteran in Michigan02:00
Trump heads to border after tense meet with Democrats03:02
Pence responds to Trump walkout: Dems ‘unwilling to even negotiate’01:57
Trump doubles down on border wall fight in national address04:02
DEA says 'vast majority' of drugs entering U.S. come through legal ports of entry01:40