Trump "boxed in," won't back down on family separation

Children and workers yesterday at a tent encampment recently built in Tornillo, Texas, to house immigrant children separated from their parents Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images

Speaking to House Republicans at the Capitol last evening, President Trump admitted the political pressure over family separations at the border is growing. But a top aide said Trump "doesn't want to look weak" by backing down.

What we're hearing: Trump told members that his daughter Ivanka Trump had talked to him about the images of children, and told him what a problem they are, Axios' Caitlin Owens reports. But Trump left any solution up to Congress.

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