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President Trump's about-face on child separation seems to have been sincere, but it's left a host of questions on how the crisis will be resolved.
Why it matters: Government officials seem confused and uncertain while thousands of children remain separated from their parents.
Axios' Stef Kight reviews what we know, and don't.
The other side: There were cases during the Obama and Bush administration where parents were separated from their kids. But these were rare, according to two former DHS officials, and most often were cases where only fathers were removed from the rest of the family. It was also often only in cases that involved drug trafficking or other criminal activity or suspicions of smuggling.
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Melania Trump did a surprise visit to meet with border children today. Her jacket attracted notice. L: Trump boarding the plane to Texas. Photo: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images. R: Melania de-planing in Texas. Photo: Manel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images
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