Tents are going up in Texas for children being separated from immigrant parents.

Parents in this area, preparing to celebrate Father's Day weekend, weren't happy with the Trump's administration's move

"As a Hispanic and as a father I feel we're under attack," said Victor Rodriguez, 55, who works in a factory. "I…

TORNILLO, TX — With the number of immigrant children separated from their parents reaching nearly 2,000, this small town in far west Texas is preparing for young Central Americans who will be housed in a temporary shelter on the border with Mexico.

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