Mexican officials say they are ready to accommodate deported migrants, following U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s crackdown on illegal aliens.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement have begun a nationwide crackdown to apprehend thousands of illegal aliens. Officials say they are primarily targeting the aliens who have been served removal orders, but other illegals could face detention and deportation as well. One America’s Chanel Rion has more from the White House.
One California sheriff said she supports ICE, as they prepare for mass deportations. In an interview Friday, Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims noted that ICE is doing their job, and complying with law to remove illegal immigrants who have evaded deportation. She reiterates that these immigrants received due process and went through the court system, but chose to ignore the law and stay in the country illegally. Several California mayors and the state’s governor have reached-out to illegal immigrants, informing them they don’t have to comply with ice officers if they come knocking on their doors.
President Trump recently commented on ICE’s upcoming deportation orders. While speaking with reporters outside Air Force One Friday, he confirmed the planned operations are expected to begin this Sunday.
Democrats appear to be giving illegal immigrants advice on how to dodge ICE agents ahead of mass deportation arrests. This comes after the director of Citizenship and Immigration Services said ICE is just trying to do its job by pursuing illegals who have failed to respond to deportation orders. One America’s Marty Golingan has more on the response to the operation from House leaders.
The former acting ICE director is slamming Democrats who continue to criticize border agents over detention facilities despite previously saying there was no crisis at the border. One America’s Chanel Rion caught up with him and has more from Washington.
The FBI and ICE are reportedly using driver’s license photos for facial recognition without consent.
President Trump signed a multi-billion dollar humanitarian bill to aid government personnel at the border. He signed the measure into law at the White House Monday after months of deliberations in Congress.
Acting ICE Director Mark Morgan is criticizing congressional Democrats for blaming the border crisis on President Trump.