AP FACT CHECK: 2014 photo wrongly used to hit Trump policies

WASHINGTON (AP) — Since the government acknowledged last month that the Trump administration had lost track of nearly 1,500 immigrant children, the debate over what that means and who is to blame has roiled Twitter. A look at the partisan claims and a reality check behind the latest immigration fight:

THE 2014 PHOTOS

AP FACT CHECK: 2014 photo

—“Speechless. This is not who we are as a nation.” — Democrat Antonio Villaraigosa, former Los Angeles mayor now running for governor, referring in a tweet Sunday to photos showing young-looking immigrants in steel cages.

AP FACT CHECK: 2014 photo

By ANNE FLAHERTY and CALVIN WOODWARD May 29, 2018

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