Trump Signed an E.O. and the Children All Joined Hands and Sang Kumbaya

Until they found out they would be snatched away from their parents in 20 days, and no real solution had been found.

Well, he did it. Trump actually signed an Executive Order to stop the family separation problem at the border, and now…

Well...not exactly. The order itself does not override the Flores v. Reno Supreme Court case from 1993, a case that says migrant children can’t be held in government detention facilities for more than 20 days. Which means those kids can and likely will be separated from their parents after the 20 days have expired.