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The Atlantic Daily: The Consequences Could Last for Generations

Obama’s harsh critique of Trump, the trauma of family separation, a looming battle in Syria, and more
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Children who were separated from their parents under the Trump administration’s zero-tolerance immigration policy face lasting consequences even after they’re returned to their families. Jeremy Raff filmed the bittersweet reunion of one mother, Anita, and her 6-year-old son, who’s showing signs of trauma. and

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