By Washington Examiner. Demonstrators congregated outside a school in Syracuse, N.Y., Monday afternoon where President Trump’s daughter and White House adviser Ivanka Trump attended a roundtable discussion on education and workforce development programs.
The protesters chanted “shame” and “what about the children” outside Central High School, according to Syracuse.com, to protest the Trump administration’s zero tolerance immigration policy. (Read more from “This Is What Protesters Shouted at Ivanka as She Entered Children’s School” HERE)
Protesters Confront Ivanka Trump on Family Separations
By The Hill. Demonstrators on Monday greeted Ivanka Trump outside a Syracuse, N.Y., school, protesting the Trump administration’s treatment of migrant families who had been separated after crossing into the U.S.
Protesters waved signs outside the Institute of Technology at Central High School reading “shame” and “Ivanka! Do you know where their children are?” Syracuse.com reported.
Trump was making an appearance at the school for a roundtable discussion on workforce development programs.
But outside the school, protesters kept their focus on the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy, which prioritizes the prosecutions of people who cross into the U.S. illegally through Mexico.
That policy has resulted in thousands of migrant children being separated from their parents at the U.S. southern border in recent months, a practice that has sparked national and international outrage. (Read more from “Protesters Confront Ivanka Trump on Family Separations” HERE)