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A mother and son separated during Trump administration meet again finally

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May. 04, 2021

A mother and son separated by the Trump administration meet again - finally

More than three years ago, Bryan Chavez hugged his mother inside a U.S. immigration detention office, terrified that he would never see her again. On Tuesday afternoon, the pair were among the first four families separated during the Trump administration to be reunited under President Biden.
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