President Trump’s executive order will keep new asylum-seeking families together, but what about families that have already been separated? Stephanie Ruhle breaks down what the executive order means for them. Weighing in: NBC News White House Correspondent Peter Alexander, NBC News National Security and Justice Reporter Julia Ainsley and Immigration Lawyer Carlos Garcia.
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What President Donald Trump’s Executive Order Means For Separated Families | Velshi & Ruhle | MSNBC