Instead of 'Death to America,' Iran is now just posting photos of migrant children in U.S. cages

Children in a detention center.
(Image credit: CBP/Handout via REUTERS)

With the possible exceptions of Corey Lewandowski and White House policy adviser Stephen Miller, nobody in Washington says they like President Trump's new "zero tolerance" policy and the resulting separation of 2,300 migrant children — including babies — from their parents, and counting. Even President Trump disavows responsibility for his administration's policy. But Iran sees the value in America separating families and locking children up in cages.

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