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Georgia governor Brian Kemp pushed back against a Wall Street Journal report that he has clashed with Trump over who to appoint to the state’s open Senate seat

I stand with hardworking Georgians and @POTUS. The idea that I would appoint someone to the U.S. Senate that is NOT pro-life, pro-2nd Amendment, pro-freedom, and 100% supportive of our President (and his plan to Keep America Great) is ridiculous. (1 of 2) #gapol

The attacks and games are absolutely absurd. Frankly, I could care less what the political establishment thinks. Happy Thanksgiving! More information after the holiday! (2 of 2) #gapol

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The Trump administration initially estimated that 26,000 migrant children wold be separated from their families at the southern border if the president’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy were allowed to continue through 2018, according to a new report from the department of homeland security’s internal watchdog.

NBC News reports:

Officials at Customs and Border Protection, the DHS agency responsible for separating families under the May-June 2018 policy, estimated in May of that year that it would separate more than 26,000 children by September, according to the report from the DHS Office of Inspector General, released publicly on Wednesday. After mounting pressure, President Donald Trump signed an executive order ending the policy on June 20, 2018.

Previously, the administration has said in court that an estimated 2,800 children were separated as a result of zero tolerance. But the report released Wednesday said that the lack of technology to track which children had been separated meant the agency had to revise that estimate to 3,014. …

Related: She raised her niece like a daughter. Then the US government separated them at the border

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