Trump administration has deported fewer illegal Mexican immigrants as Obama, show the data

FILE In this Tuesday, Oct. 31, 2017, in photo, President Donald Trump speaks at a meeting in the Roosevelt room of the White house in Washington.


President Trump has deported less illegal Mexican immigrants in the year 2017, when President Obama, while the same amount of time for 2017, according to the Mexican government.

About 152,000 Mexican nationals deported from the USA between January and November, Bloomberg the Ministry reported, citing data from Mexico’s interior. More than 200,000 were deported between January and November 2016.

An ICE report comes to the conclusion that the lower numbers were arrested due to a General decline in undocumented immigrants, the border – 17 percent less than in 2016.

Although the removal of the undocumented immigrants are relatively less under-stocking, the ICE report showed that the arrests of immigrants were up in fiscal year 2017.

A trump card most important is the election of a crackdown on illegal immigration and the construction of a wall along the Mexico border was a promise.

Trump-ended, even temporarily, the Obama administration’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which prevented the people, who were brought, to be deported to the United States illegally as children.

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