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Trump Pushes Back ICE Raids By Two Weeks

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Trump Pushes Back ICE Raids By Two Weeks

Trump Pushes Back ICE Raids By Two Weeks

President Donald Trump tweeted Saturday he will delay planned Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids.

Business Insider reports Trump is pushing the raids back two weeks.

The delay is to give lawmakers from both parties time to reach a solution on asylum and other guidelines for migrants who reach the southern border.

ICE is expected to target 2,000 families in up to 10 cities.

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