After a campaign built on xenophobic remarks, a pledge to construct a massive wall across the southern border, and promises to form “a deportation force” to rid the nation of millions of undocumented immigrants, it’s not surprising the psychological impact of Donald Trump’s rhetoric would be most sharply felt among those living within those communities.

“People worry their families will be broken up, that parents will be deported and children will end up in foster care, on a scale that we’ve never seen before. The feeling out there is one of great fear.” —Marielena Hincapié, National Immigration Law Center

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And now, with the reality setting in that Trump will soon by the President of the United States, the Guardian reports Friday how pediatricians serving in communities with large populations of undocumented immigrants are seeing a spike in anxiety-related physical illnesses, most notably among children expressing worry that they, their parents, or other loved ones will soon be arrested or deported.

As the Guardian‘s Andrew Gumbel reports:

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