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Ivanka: Family separations a ‘low point’

Ivanka Trump says migrant family separations have been a low point of her White house tenure.Ivanka Trump has said the separation of migrant children from detained family members was a low point of her White House tenure.
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While saying she was “vehemently against family separation”, she added immigration was “incredibly complex as a topic”.

The senior White House adviser also said she does not view the news media as “the enemy of the people”, breaking with one of her father’s frequent attacks on the press.

President Donald Trump dropped the immigration policy more than a month ago after widespread condemnation from Democrats and Republicans.

Ivanka Trump remained quiet publicly in the early days of the border crisis, but the President said she privately urged him to find a solution.

She tweeted her thanks after he signed an executive order designed to keep families together.

During an event on Thursday hosted by Axios, Ivanka was asked about the high point and low point of her time in the White House.

When the moderator asked if the separation of migrant children from detained families was a low, she agreed.

Noting that her mother was an immigrant who came to the United States legally, Ivanka said this was a “country of laws”.

She added: “We have to be very careful about incentivising behaviour that puts children at risk of being trafficked, risk of entering this country with coyotes or making an incredibly dangerous journey alone.”

But she said she felt “very strongly” about the issue and “I am very vehemently against family separation and the separation of parents and children”.

Asked later about the comments, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said the President had said “he doesn’t like the idea of family separation. I don’t think anybody does.”

Sanders added: “We also don’t like the idea of open borders. We don’t like the idea of allowing people into our country if we don’t know who they are, where they are going and why they’re coming.”

On high points for the administration, Ms Trump cited the President commuting the sentence of Alice Johnson – a woman serving a life sentence for drug offences whose case had been championed by reality TV star Kim Kardashian West.

She called Ms Johnson leaving prison “one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen.”

But asked if she agreed with the description of the press frequently invoked by her father, Ms Trump said: “No, I don’t.”

Sharing her “personal perspective,” she said: “I’ve certainly received my fair share of reporting on me personally that I know not to be fully accurate.

“So … I have some sensitivity around why people have concerns and gripe, especially when they sort of feel targeted. But no, I do not feel that the media is the enemy of the people.”

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