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A Trump official claimed that migrant children don't need soap, toothbrushes, and beds.

A Trump official claimed that migrant children don't need soap, toothbrushes, and beds.

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A video of government lawyer Sarah Fabian attempting to argue that migrant children being held in detention centers concentration camps do not need toothbrushes, soap, or beds in order for their conditions to be "safe and sanitary."

Fabian was in court arguing that the current conditions --without these basic necessities -- should be considered safe and sanitary. Due to a settlement in 1997, detention facilities are required to be 'safe and sanitary.' So, this lawyer from the DOJ did her best to make the argument that not giving children access to basic hygiene is somehow not going against these rules. Spoiler alert: it did not go well for her.

U.S. Circuit Judge Marsha Berzon responded to Fabian with the pointed question:

"But you're really going to stand up and tell us that being able to sleep isn't a question of safe and sanitary conditions?"

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