How family separation affects children

A senior official tells CBS News about 500 immigrant children forcibly separated from their parents have been reunited since the Trump administration's "zero- tolerance" border policy began in May. It is still unclear how many of them are being detained with their families or remain in the U.S. Dr. Jane Aronson, founder and CEO of Worldwide Orphans, joined CBSN with more on the profound effects this could have on a child's development.

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