Customs and Border Protection agencies denied that they had ever seperated families or turned them away ffrom seeking for help.
I believe that this is most likely fake news because there aren't may things backing it up. Also according to he reading the guide question, there must be some quotes or evidence to back up the article. In this case, however, there aren't any quotes...
... or any specific evidence to back up with the article claims. Same thing goes for the title, it seems very unbelievable, especially because you hear many real stories of people actually being separated, yet the title claims to say "Migrant Famlies Who Enter at Legal Ports Rarely get Sperated".
President Trump has passed the "no tolerance" immigration policy, now no families can be separated at the borders anymore.
According to officials at the OFficer Field Operation, the "zero tolereance" policy isn't applied at the ports. They claim that it's legal to allow entry to the US when immigrants are seeking asylum. The continued to claim that family separation had only ocured in a small number of cases.