As word spread that President Donald Trump’s administration was separating immigrant children from their asylum-seeking parents, Atlanta attorney Loren Collins decided the policy should become the president’s “well-deserved legacy.”

“During the Great Depression, shantytowns were nicknamed ‘Hoovervilles,’” he posted on Facebook and Twitter, where he only had 123 followers. “The term is now an indelible part of American history. To ensure this President’s legacy, it’s obvious what we should call child detention centers built into abandoned Wal-Marts: ‘Trump Hotels.’”

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