US immigration: Mother says child suffered trauma

Trump's zero-tolerance policy separating kids at border can cause children lifelong trauma.

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    A Guatemalan migrant in the US says her son is suffering from trauma after he was separated from her at the US-Mexico border in May.

    Yolanda de la Cruz has now been reunited with four-year-old Jeremy and says her family has legitimate asylum claims.

    Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomey reports from East Orange, New Jersey.


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