While US officials scrambled to rectify the migrant-separation policy and heated discussions erupted at the White House, immigration talk heated up the Sunday dial. "It was heart-wrenching. The images that we seen on the media really speak volumes to what’s taking place but when you see it in person it’s horrific," said Rep Barbara Lee on CNN's State of the Union after visiting detention facilities in Texas, per the Hill. At one location, she said, there wasn't enough bedding for people being held. "It's just tragic. I mean these people are being criminalized." Others saw a different universe:
- It's the DOJ: Chris Christie blamed the Department of Justice for the way President Trump's "zero-tolerance" policy has played out, the Hill reports. "If the attorney general come in and says to the president, 'I want you to do a zero-tolerance policy, but let me just tell you, we don’t have enough judges to handle the cases, we don’t have enough prosecutors to bring the cases, and we don’t have enough detention facilities to legally detain the people that we’re going to show zero tolerance to,' the president would have never approved this," he said on ABC's This Week.