TRUMP DELAYED MIGRANTS DEPORTATION FOR 2W

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TRUMP DELAYED MIGRANTS DEPORTATION FOR 2WEEKS AND GAVE TIME FOR ALL TO SETTLE

President Trump decided on Saturday to postpone mass raids and deportations of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) across the country, which will begin on Sunday, to give Democrats more time to reach a bipartisan agreement on the immigration crisis in the southern border.

TRUMP DELAYED MIGRANTS DEPORTATION

President Trump decided on Saturday to postpone mass raids and deportations of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) across the country, which will begin on Sunday, to give Democrats more time to reach a bipartisan agreement on the immigration crisis in the southern border.

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Sweeps were supposed to happen on Sunday, but Trump announced on Saturday he would postpone them for two weeks.

“At the request of the Democrats, I have delayed the process of illegal deportation (deportation) for two weeks to see if the Democrats and the Republicans can meet and find a solution to the problems of asylum and lagoon on the southern border. If not, deportations begin! “, Wrote Trump on Twitter.
The change of attitude came after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, a California Democrat, called Trump on Friday to ask him to suspend the raids, a source familiar with the situation told Fox News.

ICE interim director Mark Morgan said on Saturday in “Justice with Judge Jeanine” on Fox News that the postponement “will give Congress another chance with a bipartisan method to really join, approve this supplement, so we can enforce the rule of law, positively impact this crisis and maintain the integrity of this system. “

The administration has increased pressure on Congress amid escalating crisis on the southern border, as more than 140,000 migrants were found or arrested at the border in May.

“It’s outrageous, Congress should come together and fix this,” Morgan said.

Despite the postponement, Morgan insists on ICE’s aggressive elimination tactics to eliminate any individual, criminal or not, who has deportation ordered by the court will not stop.

“I have a green light for anyone who is here in violation of the federal immigration law, I have the authority and support to prosecute them, apply consequences and eliminate them.”

“It’s just not about the numbers, said Morgan.” We need to continue to apply internal measures against anyone who is here illegally, including families, because [if] we do that, I promise the Americans that we started to eliminate people who had final orders. Including the families, the numbers will go down, this crisis will be positively affected. “

Morgan said that despite being “hopeful” that Congress would pass stricter restrictions to stifle the growing number of illegal immigrants entering the United States, mainly from Central America, he remains “skeptical” about the agreement reached.

Advocates of immigration rights had been preparing for the planned sweep of newly arrived immigrants, who, according to sources familiar with the planned raids, were due to start Sunday in 10 cities across the country.

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