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Thank you <Speech_Male> to a small all country. <Speech_Male> That's been a stalwart <Speech_Male> nato ally <Speech_Male> and supported u. <Speech_Male> s. military actions. <Speech_Male> It's not <Speech_Male> clear whether trump will still go <Speech_Male> to poland <Speech_Male> as he'd been scheduled to <Speech_Male> do for two days ahead <Speech_Male> of denmark in early <Speech_Male> september <Silence> the danes <Speech_Male> are furious <Speech_Male> over this snub <Speech_Male> parliamentarians and <Speech_Male> former top government <Speech_Male> minister slamming <Speech_Male> the president's behaviors <Speech_Male> juvenile <Speech_Male> undiplomatic apple matic <Speech_Male> and insulting <Silence> <Silence> number to <Speech_Male> the trump <Speech_Male> administration is expected <Speech_Male> to announce as soon <Speech_Male> as today <Speech_Male> that it is moving ahead <Speech_Male> with new rules <Speech_Male> that would allow now for the <Speech_Male> longer term detention <Speech_Male> of migrant <Speech_Male> families. <Silence> The department of homeland security <Speech_Male> is expected to issue <Speech_Male> a sweeping new set of <Speech_Male> regulations on <Speech_Male> the requirements <Speech_Male> for detaining kids <Speech_Male> replacing <Speech_Male> more than two decades <Speech_Male> of protections that <Speech_Male> are on the books. <Silence> The new york times <Speech_Male> says these new standards <Speech_Male> will lower <Speech_Male> the minimum requirement <Speech_Male> for care <Speech_Male> and end <Speech_Male> the twenty a two year old <Speech_Male> consent decree known <Speech_Male> as the floors agreement <Speech_Male> that is protected <Speech_Male> the nation's youngest <Speech_Male> and most vulnerable new <Speech_Male> arrivals <Silence> when the floor is decree <Speech_Male> was agreed <Speech_Male> to in nineteen ninety-seven <Speech_Male> the litigation litigation <Speech_Male> transform the way migrant <Speech_Male> children across <Speech_Male> the southern border retreated <Speech_Male> when they arrive <Silence> administration officials <Speech_Male> say the new regulations <Speech_Male> will maintain the underlying <Speech_Male> spirit <Speech_Male> of that agreement <Speech_Male> and that all children will <Speech_Male> be treated with dignity <Speech_Male> respect special concern <Speech_Male> but <Silence> those who spearheaded <Speech_Male> the long-running litigation <Speech_Male> say that's <Speech_Male> not believable <Silence> in related <Speech_Male> news the trump <Speech_Male> team announced danced yesterday <Speech_Male> that the government <Speech_Male> will not provide any <Speech_Male> flu vaccines <Speech_Male> this year to migrant <Speech_Male> families held <Speech_Male> in border detention <Speech_Male> camps <Speech_Male> despite calls from <Speech_Male> doctors to boost <Speech_Male> efforts to fight right infections <Speech_Male> that have killed at least <Speech_Male> three children in <Speech_Male> the past year <Silence> customs and border patrol <Speech_Male> says it's too <Speech_Male> operationally <Speech_Male> complex to <Speech_Male> vaccinate everyone <Speech_Male> and keep track of it. 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