Trump To Remove Millions Of Illegal Immigrants From US Starting Next Week

Clay Curtis
June 20, 2019

"Donald Trump's inhumane immigration policies are a stain on our nation's history", the Governor tweeted.

In a statement to Newsweek, an ICE spokesperson doubled down on Morgan's comments, asserting that "the Border Crisis doesn't start and stop at the border, which is why ICE will continue to conduct interior enforcement without exemption for those who are in violation of federal immigration law". "They will be removed as fast as they come in".

President Donald Trump on Monday night issued a vague threat to deport "millions" of undocumented immigrants next week, though he did not provide details and administration officials did not respond to requests for clarification.

'This election is a verdict on whether we want to live in a country where the people who lose an election refuse to concede and spend the next two years trying to shred our Constitution and rip your country apart'. "We will be going after individuals who have gone through due process and who have received final orders of deportation".

The problem is not just the illegal aliens who come into the USA and take government benefits or jobs, it's also those who commit crimes such as rape and murder, and carry infectious diseases such as tuberculosis.

The Trump administration said Wednesday that it is targeting "all demographics" for deportation and is urging people living in the US illegally to consider turning themselves in, although it wasn't immediately clear whether the latest plan represented any significant change in enforcement tactics.

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This comes amid reports that the number of migrants detained at the border is starting to decrease after several months of record border arrests - the number of family units dropping by about 13 percent in June. Department of Homeland Security officials say the arrests are at the heart of their attempts to deter Central American families from making the journey north.

Democrats in Congress have blocked Trump's efforts to build a border wall. Lawmakers and immigrant advocates expressed alarm and outrage at the possibility that ICE would go forward with the plan, which risks separating parents and children as agents fan out to knock on doors and make mass arrests. He said deportation is essential to reduce the incentive for potential migrants crossing over to the United States.

Echoing a "self-deportation" proposal floated by then-Republican candidate Mitt Romney in 2012, Morgan advised undocumented immigrants to contact their local ICE office, get their family together and "work with" the agency to deport them. Trump administration officials blasted Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf a year ago for warning immigrants about an impending raid, saying she endangered agents' safety.

But calls for large-scale deportations aren't anything new for this presidency.

The paper said, "Executing a large-scale operation of the type under discussion requires hundreds - and perhaps thousands - of USA agents and supporting law enforcement personnel, as well as weeks of intelligence gathering and planning to verify addresses and locations of individuals targeted for arrest". "We're not going to exempt any demographic".

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