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It turns out President Donald Trump isn't the only one willing to create a fake university in order to hurt people seeking their education.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) worked with an accreditation service in creating a fake university during the late years of the Obama administration to lure immigrants legally residing in the U.S. on student visas.. It was staffed with undercover immigration officials posing as university faculty.

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Alejandra Juarez and Donald Trump (Credit: Youtube/Oliver Contreras)

It's well-documented by now that the Trump administration didn't hesitate to separate immigrant children from their families, so it shouldn't be surprising that it's willing to separate husbands and wives as well.

That's what happened to Alejandra Juarez, who was deported to Mexico on Friday after living in the United States for two decades. Despite her husband, Cuauhtemoc “Temo” Juarez, being a military veteran who served two years in a combat unit in Iraq as well as two other tours overseas, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) did not make efforts to keep the military family together. Temo will now have to work over time to support the family. The family's local congressman, Darren Soto (D-FL), who'd been assisting in an effort to extend Juarez's residence in the United States, vowed not to give up on the family.

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[DIGEST: Politico, Wall Street Journal]

Donald Trump, who has made border security and immigration reform the centerpieces of his campaign, flew to Mexico City to meet with President Enrique Peña Nieto. After their conference, Trump told a reporter that they discussed the border wall Trump has promised to build on the southern border of the United States. However, President Nieto disputed Trump’s assertion that they did not discuss Trump’s plan for Mexico to pay for the wall outright.

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