The US President said today that anyone who has illegally entered the United States must be immediately sent back.
The president pointed out the United States can not accept all of the people who are trying to break into the country.
Mr. Trump said they should be deported with "no Judges or Court Cases".
It was unclear if Trump was advocating an expansion of the provision that allows expedited removals of illegal immigrants at or near the US border, a policy his administration has embraced since he took office.
Late Saturday night, the Trump administration released a "fact sheet" noting more than 2,000 children have yet to be reunited with their parents and revealing some details about the reunification process.
Last week, Rep. Mike Coffman (R., Colo.), who faces a tough re-election in a district with a large Hispanic population, said that Stephen Miller, one of Mr. Trump's top advisers on immigration policy, "has to go".
The president tweeted on Sunday blaming the Democrats for holding up work on immigration reform.
"He doesn't use it as immigration policy, he doesn't use it as border control policy, he uses it as a issue in order to energize his political base", Gutierrez said on ABC's "This Week".More news: Neymar Hits Back At Critics After Brazil Win Over Costa Rica
As he has in numerous private meetings with his advisers at the White House, Mr. Trump used the session to vent about the nation's immigration laws, calling them "the dumbest laws on immigration in the world".
He said his administration is doing far better than "Bush or Obama but we need strength and security at the border".
Democrats and other opponents of the administration's policy say that court case is not the root of the problem, noting that separating families was the exception, not the rule, for most of the two decades since the Flores case was resolved.
But denying immigrants, regardless of their legal status, the right to due process could violate the law. "Strong Borders, No Crime!" he added.
Authorities can bypass due process protections with the expedited removals policy that allows quick deportations if an immigrant is apprehended within 100 miles (160 km) of the border and has been in the country less than 14 days. Trump said during a round-table discussion in May.
"Here, I think he is making it clear, he just doesn't want anybody here".
"We don't have the capacity to handle all the unaccompanied children, all the family units that are now flooding our border because of a host of judicial decisions, legal precedent and laws", Johnson said. "These are career folks that know where every child is to be able to connect them to their parent or relative", the Oklahoma Republican said on NBC's "Meet the Press".