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A growing number of Democratic presidential candidates to call for the closure of migrant detention centers at the border, the marking of the 2020 range, the latest shift to the left on immigration.

The candidates largely the quote of Trump administration, the practice of family separations-a policy that ended up mostly in the last year—in the argument that, at least in the privately run prisons have closed.


The former Vice-President Joe Biden, remains, who is the frontrunner in the Democratic field, was the latest endorsed the call last week.

When asked at a campaign stop in Rock Hill, S. C., as he would be to improve immigrant detention centers, he replied: “not finished… by the way, we need you!”

Biden went on to quote, who said his experience in the Obama administration, the centres were unnecessary, because “we said, if you said to report to you, for a hearing at a time to show people up!”

A Biden spokeswoman later clarified his comments on Fox News, noting that the former Vice-President proposes, prior to closing, only the “for-profit” prisons.

“As Joe Biden said, as he launched his campaign and has repeated many times, we are in a fight for the soul of this nation. Donald Trump, the treatment of migrants, separation of families, putting children in cages, while the denial of basic human needs, and continually said to them as the ‘other’ is a frightening violation of our most deeply rooted values as Americans,” Biden spokesman Andrew Bates Fox News.

“As President, Joe Biden, to abolish it would be for-profit detention centers, and to immediately end Trump the separation of the family policy.”

Trump’s campaign Communications Director Tim Murtaugh blasted Biden for the candidate’s primary rivals in the search for the prisons, the’ closure.


“This is Biden a further left to stand for Joe, siding with the ‘open borders’ crowd and proves that there is no middle lane in the democratic primary,” Murtaugh told Fox News. “Against detention centres does not mean that our border patrols to enforce our laws and secure the border properly. And if he objected to some prisons but not others, it means he has no principles at all.”


Although Biden, which targeted the private prisons, the impact of such a step would sweep.

After freedom for immigrants, a non-profit that participated in the elimination of the immigrant festival, more than 200 migrants, prisons operate in the U.S. According to their analysis, over 60 percent of prisoners are held in privately run prisons.

Other presidential hopefuls, such as sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., have also called for the closure of private prisons, propose an alternative for the keep of migrants.

“Bernie is, to an immediate moratorium on the private immigration detention facilities and to immediately begin the process, you close,” Sanders’ spokeswoman Sarah Ford told Fox News in an E-Mail. “He is going to be a review of the standards for facilities that house children and immediately connecting children to sponsors and supports.”


Ford added that Sanders also approve “the author and expanding the use of community-based alternatives to detention, that the connection of migrants to health care, legal assistance, and job opportunities.”

“Bernie is at the end of detention for families, children, and non-violent immigrants,” she said.

In the meantime, sen. Cory Booker, D-N. J., suggested that “phasing out the use of private prisons, over a period of three years,” and said that under his plan, illegal immigrants would, instead, is controlled with “alternatives to detention,” including ankle bracelets, bonds, notes and check-ins by phone and in person.

While the other candidates, such as Sens. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Julian Castro, Beto O’rourke, and Marianne Williamson have all called for the closure of the for-profit detention centers, you have to provide specific details for their plans.

The growing number of democratic presidential hopefuls calling for the abolition of private prisons comes as many on the left have also the abolition of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) completely. Presidential candidates, though, have largely embraced the idea of the abolition of ICE cream-instead, comprehensive immigration Reform-Agency challenge.

The calls are addressing humanitarian concerns about the US immigration enforcement oriented. At the same time, the Republicans warn that a reduction in enforcement could cause more problems, by promoting illegal immigration.

The Department of Homeland Security reported in July, more than 72,000 apprehensions at the southern border-a significant drop from may, when Customs and Border Protection (CBP) reported nearly 133,000 arrests, marking the highest monthly total in more than 13 years. The Agency described the situation on the border as a “full-blown crisis.”

Since may, the trump card of the administration and the Mexican government is arrived at, an agreement to “better protect our common border.” Mexico required the deployment of thousands of National Guard troops in all of Mexico, particularly on the Northern and southern property boundaries, as well as to increase actions to dismantle trafficking operations and take additional steps to coordinate with the us government, to exchange information.


DHS officials said that the decline in apprehensions in June and July is “absolute proof” that the deal with Mexico is working.

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