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Trump's ICE Raids Set To Target Nine Major U.S. Population Centers

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Trump's ICE Raids Set To Target Nine Major U.S. Population Centers

Trump's ICE Raids Set To Target Nine Major U.S. Population Centers

Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents are set to begin raids on homes in several cities across America on Sunday.

According to Business Insider, ICE officials say the homes belong to undocumented immigrants.

Targeted cities include: Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York, and San Francisco.

Saturday, agents were reportedly turned away by the residents of two NYC homes because they didn't have warrants.

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