"They're not going back because it is horrendous where they came from," Smith said during the segment.
Nayib Bukele said that "someday we will finish building a country where migration is an option and not an obligation."
Wayfair employees voiced their concern about making furniture for the detention and asked their bosses to cease, but the executives said continue the order.
Six people purchased $340 of soap, diapers, wipes and toys and drove to the Border Patrol station in Clint, Texas to deliver the items but were unable to do so.
"This is clearly documented abuse. It's clearly documented mistreatment and it's clearly documented inhumanity to fellow human beings that's going on in these centers," Michael Steele said.
"Make no mistake, there is nothing that Congress is doing or not doing that compels the administration to have facilities where children don't have blankets or toothbrushes or soap," Representative Adam Schiff said.
The Justice Department's Sarah Fabian argued last week that creating "safe and sanitary" conditions for detained migrants did not mean that the Trump administration had to provide them with toothbrushes, towels and other basic products.
Ocasio-Cortez's remarks have divided commentators.
Julie Banderas claimed migrant parents are "using" children as "devices" to enter the country illegally.
Documents obtained by Newsweek show the number of single, adult migrants in U.S. custody has grown every week by 1,000 along the U.S.-Mexico border.
From Arizona to France, volunteers are being punished for stepping in where states have failed.
"Jesus Strikes Back: Judgment Day" is a PC shooter that allows you to play as Trump, Hitler and the Christchurch Mosque gunman.
"It has become clear that the goal of this Administration is to end immigration all together," the union head said.
The team of migrants wanted to reflect the racism they had experienced back at their rivals.
Defense Department documents obtained by Newsweek show U.S. Northern Command sent an urgent request for additional U.S. forces.
In one text, Border Patrol Agent Matthew Bowen said, "PLEASE let us take the gloves off Trump!"
Confusion over where the U.S.-Mexico border begins and ends led to Mexican soldiers temporarily detaining U.S. soldiers who believed they were in Mexican territory when they were in U.S. territory.
"It is shocking that the President and senior Administration officials are even considering manipulating release decisions for purely political reasons," three Democratic committee chairmen wrote.
"The president likes the idea and Democrats have said they want these individuals into their communities, so let's see if it works and everyone gets a win out of it," the White House press secretary said.
"We can give them an unlimited supply. And let's see if they're so happy," Trump said.
Kirstjen Nielsen's replacement, U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan, who will serve as acting secretary, also defended Border Patrol's use of tear gas to repel migrants.
"Oh my god, there's a lot of poverty in this world, and you're going to have people from all over the world. And I don't think that's something that we can do at this point," Senator Bernie Sanders, a 2020 presidential contender, said in Iowa.
"Mexico understands that we're going to close the border or I'm going to tariff the cars," the president said.
"The Hill to Die On," by Politico journalists Jake Sherman and Anna Palmer, paints Jared Kushner as naive and arrogant.
The president began threatening to close the southern border and pushing for Republicans to try to repeal and replace Obamacare, before backtracking.
Detainees were forced to sleep on the dirt outside in 37-degree temperatures with only thin sheets, the ACLU said in a complaint filed with the Department of Homeland Security.
"Before our fence went up, we were a safe city. After a fence went up, which was a replacement of a chain-link fence that had holes in it, we were still safe."