Trump Administration Could Target Central American Teens

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Zach Williams

A teen from El Salvador waits outside an immigration courtroom in New York City on Feb. 23. Policy shifts by the Trump administration could lead to more deportations of unaccompanied youths who cross the U.S.-Mexico border.

After 18 days on a bus to the Mexican city of Reynosa, five days walking through the desert to Texas and two months living in Long Island, the fate of 18-year-old Axel Caballero of Honduras rested in the hands of an immigration judge who hovered above him inside a federal immigration courtroom in downtown Manhattan . . .

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