“We want to keep families together.” That’s what President Donald Trump told reporters at the White House today, shortly before signing an executive order ending his administration’s controversial practice of separating immigrant children from their parents. Earlier, he’d hinted that halting the policy would be contingent on getting funding for his border wall. Meanwhile, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said he was preparing a lawsuit against border separations, while a federal judge recently ruled a similar ACLU lawsuit can proceed. Trump added the “zero tolerance” policy would remain in place.