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President Trump on Saturday warned that illegal immigrants, arrested, broken in an impending RAID by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) “the law” and will be deported-even as a local politician of the Democratic party are promising to oppose the operation.
“The people on the ICE understand are already ordered and will be deported. This means that you can run from the law, and lead them by the courts,” he tweeted. “These people are back in their home. You broke the law by coming into the country, and now remain.”
OFFICIALS: AGENTS IN THE WAKE OF THE ICE RAID SHOULD NOT EXPECT THE COOPERATION OF LOCAL AUTHORITIES
“If the people are illegal, in our country you will be DEPORTED!”, he added.
The Washington Post reported that ICE is expected to target the 2000 families in up to 10 cities, including Chicago, New York, Houston and Los Angeles. Trump had announced earlier this week that ICE cream “to start the process of elimination of millions of illegal aliens, illegally in the United States.”
ICE said in a statement on Friday that “due to law enforcement sensitivities, and the safety of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement staff, the Agency did not provide specific details in relation to the enforcement operations.”
However, she said that ICE can arrest prioritised and remove these illegal immigrants” who pose a threat to national security, public safety and border protection.”
“In fact, 90 percent of the aliens was of ICE-enforcement and removal operations component in FY2018 a criminal conviction(s), pending criminal charge(s), either had an ICE-cream were a refugee or illegally re-entered said, after they are removed,” the statement.
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The Miami Herald reported that among the first to be aligned, are minors who arrived in the United States without their parents and have since turned 18, people who were ordered removed, in absentia, and people who missed a court hearing and did not respond to letters mailed to their homes by the Department of Justice.
The Post reported that the ICE prepares agents and equipment for the operation of expected to Sunday and unfold over several days.
But you come to a clear rejection of Democratic local officials and politicians, in particular, calls for the abolition of ICE cream among significant parts of the party.
Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot said in a statement, the city has measures in support of migrant families, and the ICE agents receive no help from the city.
“I recalled that the CPD will not cooperate with, or facilitate, ICE enforcement,” said the first-term mayor. “I have Director and Superintendent [Eddie] has confirmed Johnson, the construction products Directive was ICE terminates the access to CPD-databases in respect to federal immigration enforcement activities.”
Meanwhile, Washington, DC, mayor Muriel Bowser said the city “remains a proud sanctuary of the city, and we are committed to the protection of the rights of all our immigrant families in the face of these disturbing threats.”
Recent raids have seen significant opposition from California, and the upcoming raids are facing similar resistance from the blue state. Gov. Gavin Newsom called the upcoming move “cruel.”
“I want you to know that Californians, they said, the legal rights and protection, regardless of their residence status”, Newsom. “California is a place of refuge – this is also true for our schools, our courts and our hospitals and clinics. We hold certain institutions, the Holy, and the people should continue to have access to programs and services they need.”
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Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti said his city and local law enforcement agencies would not participate in the operation.
“Los Angeles will always stand with our immigrant brothers and sisters and our law enforcement authorities will never participate in these events,” Garcetti said in a statement. “No Angeleno should ever have to fear, snatched from their homes or separated from their loved ones and we will do everything we can to keep immigrant families with information and support they need.”
Fox News Louis Casiano, Jake Gibson, Madelin Fuerste and The Associated Press contributed to this report.