Today is the deadline a California judge gave the Trump administration to reunite families separated at the border, but it doesn’t look like it’s going to happen. In all, 2,551 kids ages 5 to 17 were taken from their families when they crossed into the U.S. — of those, just 1,012 had been reunited by this past Tuesday according to government court filings, and around 400 other parents were cleared for reunification and awaiting transportation. More than 900 parents are not currently eligible for reunification, says the government, including 463 who were deported without their kids.

Executive Director of the Massachusetts American Civil Liberties Union, Carol Rose, and immigration attorney Jeffrey Goldman, who has represented 11 separated families, 9 of which have been reunited, joined Jim Braude to discuss.