The cruelty of family separation, the concentration camps, the contemptuous way he treated everyone who came to seek help in the United States negates everything he otherwise did, however beneficial.
No bureaucrat has yet taken responsibility for treatment that, in some ways, is worse than that Louise and David Turpin visited on their sons and daughters.
One decision is easy to make: ask for more money to maintain and supply the prisons, build the wall, and train new officers. We have to keep the developing police state in the southwest moving forward.
We make sure the adolescent girls are raped no more than once or maybe twice a week. That way they can recover. As for the boys, we put them in the secure housing unit only when necessary.