DEM DEBATE: Buttigieg says yes to reparations for illegal immigrant children separated from parents

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Pete Buttigieg said last month the United States owes compensation to families of children who were separated at the border.

Last week at the debate, he said he is committed to financial compensation for those children and he would put them on the fast track to U.S. citizenship.

“Yes and they should have a fast track to citizenship because what the United States under this President to them was wrong and we have a moral obligation to make right what was broken,” he said.

Author: Jacob Hall