Trump wants press to see migrant detention centers

Asked if he would visit the US Customs and Border Protection facility in Clint, Texas, that the New York Times and El Paso Times recently reported on, Trump told reporters, "What we're going to do is I'm going to start showing some of these detention centers … to the press.""I want the press to go in and see them," Trump said, adding, "We're going to send people in. We're going to have some of the press go in."The President's comments come days after Democratic members of Congress toured two Texas border facilities, including one in Clint, and expressed outrage over the growing humanitarian crisis on the southern border. "They're crowded," the President said, "and we're the ones who were complaining about they're crowded.""They're crowded because people come up, but now thanks to Mexico it's slowing down greatly," he said. "But it is crowded, but we want to have the press go in and see," Trump said, decrying the Times as "fake news."Last month, CNN and other outlets were allowed in the facility in Clint where at the time more than 100 migrant children were being held. In May, CNN reported on the sleeping conditions of children inside a McAllen, Texas, Border PatRead More – Source

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