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Actor Kevin Costner criticized the Trump administration’s border policy saying he does not "recognize America right now." Costner appeared on “The View” Tuesday to promote his Western drama, “Yellowstone,” when he was asked how he felt about the immigration policy which has reportedly separated nearly 2,000 immigrant children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. “You know, this is a hard thing to say, but I don’t — I’m not recognizing America right now,” Costner said. “I don’t recognize its voice. I don’t recognize any individual statements. I feel people going with the flow, and there’s people right in the middle. And we’re in a really weird spot, and it takes a high level of compassion, empathy and intelligence to work our way out of this.” He continued, “Separating people with no plan, when those children can’t even speak English. Can you imagine the terror? Besides just being separated? So we have to do better. We’ve been about more, we can be about more and right now we are acting really small.”