Sarah Fabian, the Justice Department attorney who last week the government should not have to provide migrant children held in federal custody  in some instances, said in a private social media post this week that her argument was taken out of context.

that Fabian, a career attorney with the Department of Justice, wrote a private post to her friends defending her appearance before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, saying she believed the country should “do our very best to care for kids.”

“I think that many many people believe I was in court Tuesday arguing against providing certain hygiene items to kids,” the lawyer wrote. “I do not believe that’s the position I was representing.

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