Lawyer reveals details about audio of crying children purportedly detained at border
For the first time, we may be hearing from children separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. A nearly eight-minute audio recording obtained by ProPublica purportedly reveals children crying out inside a detention facility. Civil rights attorney Jennifer Harbury received the audio from a client who says it was recorded last week. CBS News has not been able to independently confirm the authenticity of the recording. Harbury joins "CBS This Morning" from McAllen, Texas, to discuss the "whistleblower" who brought her the tape and her message to the Trump administration.