Trump parades families who were 'permanently separated' from their relatives when they were killed by criminal illegal immigrants as he showcases the 'other side' of the immigration debate | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Trump parades families who were 'permanently separated' from their relatives when they were killed by criminal illegal immigrants as he showcases the 'other side' of the immigration debate

Sabine Durden, a face case of the White House event, recalled how an illegal immigrant from Guatemala killed her son in a July 2012 drunk driving incident
'I was gonna end my life. I had no purpose. But President Trump coming down that escalator...stopped me in my track,' she said
She was referring to Trump's 2015 announcement that he was running for office
Trump said he brought the families out because 'you hear the other side, you never hear this side, you don't know what's going on'
'They're not separated for a day or two days,' he said. 'They are permanently separated'
Trump signed life-sized photos of the attendees' murdered relatives
President has been battling Democrats this week over his administration's family separation policy

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