New Mom Khloe Kardashian 'Heartbroken' Over Children Torn From Parents in Border Crisis
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The "Revenge Body" star tweeted about the migrant crisis.

As a new mom, the migrant border crisis is something that hit Khloe Kardashian hard.

Like many celebrities, Khloe is urging people to get involved. The reality star gave birth to baby True in April, who she shares with boyfriend Tristan Thompson.

"As a new mommy, there is nothing in this world more important to me than my baby girl," she tweeted Friday.

"It has been heartbreaking to watch what has been going on at the border, and impossible to comprehend that we live in a country where children are torn from the arms of their parents, who are dealt the ultimate punishment for wanting a better life for their families," she continued. "Whether you believe that refugees should be allowed into this country or not, this is not how human beings treat each other. This is not how we foster love and acceptance. This is not who we are."

"There are thousands of children now separated from their parents and we must not let these children be forgotten, nor can we let this moment be forgotten. We have to do better than this. Please tweet, talk, call, post, write, donate,"she concluded, also posting a link.

Khloe's sister Kim Kardashian also spoke about the immigration policy.

"I think it's heartbreaking. I think it's so sad," Kim told KTLA Wednesday. "It's heartbreaking. I don't know what I would do if those were my children."

Like Khloe and Kim, there are many celebrities using their platform to help the migrant crisis. There are organizations, such as UNICEF, which is being backed from stars such as Alyssa Milano and Gigi Hadid.

The migrant border crisis that is shaking up the world began with Donald Trump's "zero-tolerance" immigration policy at the U.S.-Mexico border that has resulted in agents separating children (even babies) from parents when sending those attempting to cross the border to detainment centers. On Wednesday, he signed an executive order to end family separation and "keep families together," but the problem is far from over as he explained that the "zero-tolerance" policy would continue.

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