DHS officials announced that the Biden administration is reviewing whether additional families were separated at the southern border under the Trump administration. The administration’s family reunification task force, established in early February, has yet to connect any families, and are instead reviewing some 5,600 files to determine if there were other families affected by former President Trump’s “zero tolerance” policy. Sources says the review could reveal a small number of additional separations beyond those already known. Apx. 2,800 children were separated from their families during Trump’s 2018 policy, with court documents revealing in October that more than 500 were never reunited.

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Biden review could reveal additional families separated under Trump ‘zero tolerance’ policy.