Is Stormy Daniels Preparing to Join the Immigration Effort?

Stormy Daniels, the adult film star who is suing President Trump and his former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, said on Thursday that she plans to visit the southern border next week where thousands of migrant children have been separated from their parents.

"I am headed down in a week. Don't worry," she tweeted in response to someone asking her to help the migrant kids. "Just figuring out my best course of action to maximize my resources."

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Daniels's personal attorney, Michael Avenatti, immersed himself in the immigration battle in recent days after offering his representation to any parent who was separated from their child at the U.S.-Mexico border. Avenatti told reporters in Pheonix on Thursday that he now represents about 60 families throughout the country who are trying to reunite with their children after being separated when they illegally crossed the border.

Trump signed an executive order Wednesday that halted his administration's separation of immigrant families. The "zero tolerance" policy announced in April resulted in more than 2,300 children being taken from their parents. The order stated that while the White House will continue to prosecute those who do not comply with federal rules on entering the country through a designated port of entry, it also believes in maintaining "family unity."

It is still unclear when and how the thousands of children currently in immigration detention centers will be reunited with their families.

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