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Trump strikes down Democrats’ ‘abolish ICE,” push: “It will never happen’

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Democrats’ new slogan: ‘the abolition of ICE cream”

New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand will call the first sitting US senator to publicly, for the elimination of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement; reaction and analysis on ‘the Five.’

President Trump on Saturday, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) defended in the face of calls from some Democrats, the abolition of the Agency, said the agent, “does a fantastic job”, and that the abolition of the Agency “will never happen.”

“The Democrats will be a strong push ICE cream, one of the smartest, toughest and most spirited of the law enforcement groups of men and women I’ve ever seen to abolish,” he tweeted. “I’ve seen ICE liberate cities from the grip of the MS-13 and clean from the most difficult situations. You are great!”

Calls for “abolition of ICE cream,” once limited to the far-left parts of the Democratic party base, increasingly in the mainstream of the party in reaction to the Trump government’s tough measures to combat illegal immigration-in particular, the “zero-tolerance” policy on the detention of illegal border crossers.

The Democrats make a strong push for the abolition of the ICE, one of the smartest, toughest and most spirited of the law enforcement groups of men and women I’ve ever seen. I have observed how ICE cities from the grip of the MS-13 and clean from the most difficult situations free. You are great!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 30. June 2018

In New York, far to the left primary Challenger, and ICE opponent Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a shock for the party is the creation of beat Rep. Joseph Crowley, D-New York In the days after Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand and mayor Bill de Blasio, have added their support for the cause.

‘ABOLISH’ ICE MAINSTREAM GILLIBRAND, DE BLASIO CALLS BACK

“I think that [Immigration and Customs Enforcement] has been the evening of a removal force … and that is why I think you should get rid of it, start it again, reimagine and build something that actually works,” Gillibrand said in a CNN interview on Thursday.

“We call for the scrapping of ICE cream,” de Blasio spoke on Friday morning on WNYC radio. His Democratic colleagues in Albany, Gov. Andrew Cuomo, is also facing pressure to return calls, after the primary Challenger Cynthia NIxon, called ICE, has a terrorist organization.

Sr., Kamala Harris, D-California, said that the United States should consider “starting from scratch” when Rep. Mark Pocan, D-Wis., announced on Monday that he would introduce a bill to abolish the Agency.

But, it was unlikely that much will be backed up to gain traction on the right side, Trump on Saturday, ICE agents and said there was “zero chance” of ICE to be abolished.

“To the great and brave men and women of ICE, not of worry, lose your spirit. You are doing a great job to keep us safe through the elimination of the worst criminal elements,” he said. “So brave! The radical left Dems, you want to get out. Next, all of the police. Zero chance, It will never happen!”

The great and brave men and women of ICE, not of worry, lose your spirit. You are doing a great job to keep us safe through the elimination of the worst criminal elements. So brave! The radical left Dems, you want to get out. Next, all of the police. Zero chance, It will never happen!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) 30. June 2018

Republicans and immigration hard-liners, have welcomed the faith of the democratic, the shift on the Problem, that it spells victory for the GOP outside of the Democratic enclaves such as New York and California.

“On the basis of the last week, the Democrats seem to campaign on open borders, mass immigration, & the abolition of ICE cream,” sen. Tom cotton, R-Ark., tweeted this week. “Give you points for honesty. Let’s take a vote.”

 

Adam Shaw is a reporter covering the American and European politics for Fox News.. He can be reached.

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