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Rokita isn't the first member of Congress to insinuate that the 57,000 children apprehended at the border since last year
As the political world grapples with how to respond to the current crisis on the nation's border, several Republicans have begun warning fellow party members that doing nothing but opposing the president carries substantial political risks.
But hints of a boomerang effect began to emerge Thursday morning with a USA Today editorial. "Let's call the Republican response