📌 Michael Cohen’s was not the only hearing of importance last week.
The House Judiciary Committee held hearings last Tuesday on Trump’s “family separation” policy. Scott Lloyd, once head of the Office of Refugee Resettlement and now a senior advisor at Health and Human Services, admitted that he had not shared concerns voiced by colleagues, including warnings from child welfare experts about the traumatic effects of these separations, with his superiors. Nor were border officials offered any guidance in how to implement the “zero tolerance” policy.
Subpoenas related to family separation, the first of the 116th Congress, have been issued to Homeland Security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, Attorney General William P. Barr, and Health and Human Services secretary Alex M. Azar II, after a bipartisan vote; some are suggesting these Cabinet members will not comply.
➡️ We must make it clear that we hold government officials answerable to our representatives: Nielsen 202-282-8495; Barr 202-353-1555 or 202-514-2000; Azar 1-877-696-6775.
Emails Show US Border Officials Didn’t Receive “Zero Tolerance” Guidance Until After The Policy Was Enacted
“The takeaway is that there was no planning or prep for this,” said a former DHS official.
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