The cover comes a day after the president signed an executive order to stop his administration's policy of separating immigrant children from their families at the us border.
The new Trump administration policy, which went into effect in May, sought to maximise criminal prosecutions of people caught trying to enter the U.S. illegally.
The magazine said on Twitter that there has been "a reckoning" after the border separation policy, and asks "what kind of country are we?" They were promptly apprehended by U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and relocated to a processing centre.
Julianne Moore, Kathy Griffin, Katie Holmes, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Laura Dern are just a few of the celebrities who have shared the powerful image, which features a photo of a 2-year-old Honduran girl crying as her mother was being detained in McAllen, Tex.
Messi is better than Maradona, says Ramos
He even briefly left the national team altogether in 2016 after failing on a penalty kick in the Copa America Final against Chile. Fortunately people love him and transmit that to him and he values that a lot. "I think that Jorge is looking at every position".
Kylian Mbappe Makes History As France Battle Into Last 16
France's Kylian Mbappe (right) celebrates with teammate Antoine Griezmann after scoring in the 34th minute against Peru . Guerrero saw a first-half shot saved, while Pedro Aquino struck the outside of the post early in the second.
Magnitude 6.1 quake kills three, stops factories in Japan's Osaka area
Osaka officials did not give details, but the injuries reported in Kyoto and three other neighboring prefectures were all minor. Minoru Yasui, an 80-year-old resident of Osaka's Higashiyodogawa Ward, was killed after a wall collapsed over him.
Further isolating Trump's position, his wife, Melania, travelled to a detention facility in Texas on Thursday in a surprise trip to show her concern for children who have been separated from their families.
With both law enforcement and mother abstracted from the picture, the cover prompts readers to mull the ultimate consequences of a policy that separated 2,300 children from their parents, and puts Trump, the power behind the policy, face-to-face with his most smallest victims. "But I couldn't." The editors of Time recognized the power behind the image and chose to use it in their latest cover.
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull refused to comment on President Trump's "zero tolerance" immigration policy.
"[The mother] was told to set the child down while she was searched".
He also said that he was employed: "I thank God that I have a good job here". "I am waiting to see what happens with them". The magazine refuted his story, saying that's not how it chooses people.