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Trump To Postpone Mass Deportation Raids As He Seeks Compromise With Democrats

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Trump To Postpone Mass Deportation Raids As He Seeks Compromise With Democrats

Trump To Postpone Mass Deportation Raids As He Seeks Compromise With Democrats

According to a report by Reuters, on Saturday, US President Donald Trump said that he would postpone mass deportation raids for two weeks as he seeks a compromise with Democratic leaders on immigration issues.

The president was reportedly under pressure from Democrats to call off the raids, which were expected to take place in up to 10 US cities on Sunday.

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