Mexico backdrops the Fabens Port-of-Entry which houses tent shelters used to hold separated migrant family members along the International border, Friday, June 22, in Fabens, Texas. The U.N human rights office says President Donald Trump’s decision to stop the U.S. policy separating migrant parents from their children doesn’t go far enough. (AP Photo/Matt York)
U.S. Sen. Martin Heinrich, D-N.M., center, and U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Ct., left, speak with a Dept. of Homeland Security agent as they arrive to tour the Fabens Port-of-Entry facility which houses tent shelters used to hold separated family members, Friday, June 22, 2018, in Fabens, Texas. President Donald Trump’s order ending the policy of separating immigrant families at the border leaves a host of unanswered questions, including what happens to the children already taken from their parents and where the government will house all the newly detained migrants in a system already bursting at the seams. (AP Photo/Matt York)
MCALLEN, Texas — Democratic lawmakers on Saturday said they aren’t convinced the Trump administration had any real plan to reunite immigrant families caught along the southwest border, while demonstrators gathered to protest the separation of parents from their children by U.S. border authorities.