CBS News Sixty prisoners remain at Guantanamo Bay prison. The military has worked at transitioning some out of the prison and the pace has picked up in past months, but Donald Trump’s campaign promise to stop the prison from closing has left the fate of many prisoners in limbo. In a story only on “CBS This Morning,” CBS News correspondent Margaret Brennan visited the detention facility and spoke to the family of one of those prisoners. He’s accused of training with al Qaeda but has never been charged with a crime, 14 years after arriving here.
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