Trump policy of detaining children 'may amount to torture', UN says – as it happened

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Guardian correspondents follow all the developments on both sides of the border as president points finger at Democrats

More from Guardian reporter Rory Carroll, who is speaking to locals in Texas about Trump’s latest immigration announcements:

Donald Trump often expresses love for combat veterans but his plan to house migrant children on military bases is irking some of them.

Trump has ended his speech talking about the work of his administration to assist victims of immigration and to track immigrants who have committed crimes:

We’re following these people. We’re following them, so that it can’t happen again ... Our first duty and our highest loyalty is to the citizens of the United States ... We don’t want people in our country who don’t go through a process.

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