Trump’s order could mean families will be together in detention purgatory indefinitely. But where will they stay?

The executive order President Donald Trump signed on Wednesday may put an end to separation of families, but it sets the stage for children whose parents are prosecuted to be held in indefinite detention with their parents while the family goes through immigration proceedings.

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Among many other issues, that raises the question of where these families will be held as they await court hearings.

Family detention centers run by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement have a current capacity of 3,335 beds, according to the latest federal budget allocations. But on average, 420 parents and kids are crossing the U.S.-Mexico border in family groups each day, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection data obtained by NBC News.

via NBC Trump’s order could mean families will be together in detention purgatory indefinitely. But where will they stay?

First he lied and claimed it was the Dems fault.

Then he lied again and said it was a law he could do nothing about and he had no control over it.

Then he lied when he said he had nothing to do with it.

Now he ‘fixes’ it with an ‘order’ just like any ordinary tin pot dictator.