Trump may be about to fold to the non-stop media barrage over the separation of immigrant parents and their children at the border, a process started by Trump’s predecessor.
According to a tweet by Fox News White House correspondent Kevin Corke, the Trump administration “is today looking at some sort of executive action” that will allow children of those who illegally came to the U.S. to stay with parents through the entire adjudication process.
.@foxnews has learned per @johnrobertsFox that the @WhiteHouse is today looking at some sort of executive action that would allow the children of people who cross the border illegally to stay with their parents through the entire adjutication process. #breaking
— Kevin Corke (@kevincorke) June 20, 2018
A separate unconfirmed report claims that Rudy Giuliani is “set to appear on Fox News to announce some sort of ‘executive action’ to stop the family separations at the border.”
Evidently @RudyGiuliani is about to appear on @FoxNews to announce some sort of ‘executive action’ to stop the family separations at the border. Is it too early for a drinking game or can I take a shot every time Rudy says “Obama”? #ImmigrantChildren
— Steve Friess (@SteveFriess) June 20, 2018
It is unclear if, once Trump folds on the immigrant fiasco, whether the media will redirect its attention to the OIG report which it has been desperately trying to avoid, even though Peter Strzok is doing everything in his power to keep that narrative on the front pages.