“Unlike the 2,800 families separated under zero tolerance in 2018, most of whom remained in custody when the policy was ended by executive order, many of the more than 1,000 parents separated from their children under the pilot program had already been deported before a federal judge in California ordered that they be found.” Lawyers say they can’t find the parents of 545 migrant children separated by Trump administration. Cruelty and ineptitude is a bad combination.

+ “This may not have been every girl’s dream wedding, but for the bride, Katie Waldman, it was perfect. Stephen, 34, and Katie, 28, had fallen in love—as young people do—while figuring out how to separate children from their parents at the border. Now, thanks to Katie, Stephen was officially off the market. It didn’t throw her that half the country was blasting him as a white nationalist due to a recent cache of leaked emails, or that one chunk of his family had disowned him. No, this was the ‘perfect day,’ Katie tweeted, and Stephen Miller ‘the perfect man.'” Evgenia Peretz in Vanity Fair: Super Bad True Love Story. (America must consciously uncouple from these monsters on November 3.)