Nancy Pelosi called Trump and asked him to ward off planned raids from ICE

Landlord Nancy Pelosi called President Trump on Friday evening and asked him to postpone the planned deportation of thousands of illegal immigrants scheduled for Sunday, it was reported.

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The President announced on Saturday that he would postpone deportation deportations for immigration and customs by two weeks, during which he and the Democrats would try to reach a negotiated agreement on the controversial issue of undocumented migrants.

A source that is familiar with the case CNN on Saturday, Trump and Pelosi spoke by telephone in a 12-minute conversation.

Pelosi urged the public that Trump would hold off the planned raids, which she & # 39; heartless & # 39; called.

Landlord Nancy Pelosi (above) reportedly called President Trump on Friday night and urged him to ward off the planned eviction rides planned for Sunday.

A few hours earlier, Trump had insisted that the raids continue while talking to reporters about the Southern Lawn of the White House

A few hours earlier, Trump had insisted that the raids continue while talking to reporters about the Southern Lawn of the White House

Landlord Nancy Pelosi (left) allegedly called President Trump on Friday night (right) and urged to ward off the planned deportation raids for Sunday

The president announced on Saturday that the raids of immigration and enforcement by 10 major cities would be postponed by two weeks
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The president announced on Saturday that the raids of immigration and enforcement by 10 major cities would be postponed by two weeks

The president announced on Saturday that the raids of immigration and enforcement by 10 major cities would be postponed by two weeks

In response to Trump's announcement, Pelosi tweeted: & # 39; Chairman, delay is welcome & # 39;

In response to Trump's announcement, Pelosi tweeted: & # 39; Chairman, delay is welcome & # 39;

In response to Trump's announcement, Pelosi tweeted: & # 39; Chairman, delay is welcome & # 39;

"It is my hope that leaders of the faith-based community and other organizations that respect the dignity and value of people will call on Sunday to stop this brutal action that will break up families and spread terror in our communities," said the Californian Democrat in a statement on Saturday.

& # 39; Families belong together. These families are hardworking members of our communities and our country.

& # 39; The President's action does not distinguish between a status violation and a serious crime.

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& # 39; It is important that the President and our immigrant communities know that they have rights in America. & # 39;

After Trump announced the delay on Saturday, Pelosi tweeted: & # 39; Mr President, delay is welcome.

& # 39; Time is needed for a comprehensive reform of immigration.

& # 39; Families belong together. & # 39;

Trump has said that the planned enforcement actions by ICE are aimed at removing thousands of illegal immigrants who have been ordered by deportation.

Pelosi urged the public that Trump would hold off the planned raids, which she & # 39; heartless & # 39; called.
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Pelosi urged the public that Trump would hold off the planned raids, which she & # 39; heartless & # 39; called.

Pelosi urged the public that Trump would hold off the planned raids, which she & # 39; heartless & # 39; called.

& # 39; At the request of the Democrats, I postponed the Illegal Immigration Removal Process (Deportation) for two weeks to see if the Democrats and Republicans can come together and come up with a solution for the Asylum and loophole on the South Border. If not, the deportations begin! & # 39; Trump said in a tweet on Saturday afternoon.

Enforcement attacks were scheduled to start on Sunday morning in at least ten large cities and to trigger furious protests from local democrat officials who promised to combat deportations.

Trump had been determined that the raids would not occur until Saturday morning, and his astonishing reversal of the ICE raids came in the midst of a tumultuous week revealing that he had a planned strike against Iran at the last minute after he had learned withdrawn the projections of the accident.

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With the announcement of the delay, Trump gave Congress the ultimatum to & # 39; loopholes in the & # 39; in the asylum process, probably referring to the patchwork of legal restrictions that make many Central Americans cross the border illegally and can walk freely when they arrive with a child.

A few hours earlier, Trump was adamant that the enforcement action would continue – and even insisted that it would have a deterrent effect that would help the situation at the border, where illegal crossings have skyrocketed.

& # 39; These are people who entered the country illegally – they were served and went through a lawsuit. They must be removed from the country and they will be removed from the country, & Trump told reporters in the south of the White House on Saturday morning during their departure to Camp David.

& # 39; Anyone who has entered the country illegally is evicted from the country very legally & # 39 ;, he continued.

& # 39; Some cities will fight against it, but if you notice that they are generally high crime cities. If you look at Chicago … many of those cities are sanctuary cities and they are cities with a lot of crime, & said Trump, referring to the vows of various democratic mayors to fight the enforcement action.

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Trump said the enforcement action & # 39; would have a very big effect on the border & # 39; and further illegal immigration.

Earlier on Saturday morning he tweeted: & The people who will arrest Ice have already been ordered to be deported. This means that they ran away from the law and ran away from the court. & # 39;

& # 39; These are people who are supposed to return to their home country. They've broken the law by coming to the land, and now by staying, & he wrote.

& # 39; When people enter our country illegally, they will be TRANSPORTED! & # 39; Trump went on.

Cities that were targeted by the raid included New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago and Houston – all democratically governed and many of those local law enforcement banned to help ICE.

In a call with reporters earlier this week, Mark Morgan, the acting director of the ICE, said the agency would focus on deportation families who have received a removal order from an American immigration bank.

The campaign was aimed at 2,040 families, sources said. The other cities on the enforcement list are Miami, Baltimore, Atlanta, Denver and New Orleans.

The range was expected to be comparable to operations that the authorities have carried out regularly since 2003. They often produce hundreds of arrests.

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This was different because Trump announced on Twitter on Monday that it would be the start of an attempt to illegally cross millions of people, an almost impossibility given limited resources from ICE, who makes the arrests and carries out deportation orders.

It is also somewhat unusual to target families – as opposed to immigrants with criminal history – but not unprecedented. The governments of Obama and Trump have targeted families in previous operations.

An ICE agent is displayed in a file photo. The expected sweep is expected to be comparable to operations that the authorities have carried out regularly since 2003

An ICE agent is displayed in a file photo. The expected sweep is expected to be comparable to operations that the authorities have carried out regularly since 2003

An ICE agent is displayed in a file photo. The expected sweep is expected to be comparable to operations that the authorities have carried out regularly since 2003

Many of the mayors of the democrat-controlled cities in line for enforcement operations have vowed to make every effort to prevent federal immigration enforcement.

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In New York, Mayor Bill de Blasio, who is looking for the Democratic presidential election, tweeted his opposition to the enforcement action and called it & # 39; a morbid plan to tear families apart and force immigrants into the shadows & # 39; .

New York governor Andrew Cuomo thundered in a statement that the plans of Trump & # 39; shameful and totally unacceptable & # 39; goods.

& # 39; We will fight again and again to protect our immigrant families & # 39 ;, swore Cuomo.

& # 39; New York remains the beacon of inclusion and diversity that the country and the world are looking for. & # 39;

The mayor of Chicago, Lori Lightfoot, said she had terminated ICE & # 39; s access to the Chicago Police Department (CPD) databases regarding federal immigration enforcement activities in response to the threat of robberies.

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& # 39; I also spoke personally with the ICE leadership in Chicago and expressed my strong opposition to such robberies. I also reiterated that CPD will not cooperate with or facilitate ICE enforcement actions, & # 39; said Lightfoot in a statement.

The New York Mayor, Bill de Blasio, seen on Friday night in a South Carolina fishing stove, is one of the local officials swearing to do everything in their power to prevent enforcement

The New York Mayor, Bill de Blasio, seen on Friday night in a South Carolina fishing stove, is one of the local officials swearing to do everything in their power to prevent enforcement

The New York Mayor, Bill de Blasio, seen on Friday night in a South Carolina fishing stove, is one of the local officials swearing to do everything in their power to prevent enforcement

The Los Angeles police said in a series of tweets that it would not participate or assist in the enforcement of immigration.

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti in a statement called the enforcement efforts & # 39; inhumane, shameful and dangerous & # 39 ;, adding & # we will not stand in Los Angeles. & # 39;

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The mayor of Houston, Sylvester Turner, noted in a statement the & # 39; rich cultural contributions & # 39; of the city's immigrants and said: & # 39; The city is not trying to do the work of ICE, nor is it trying to obstruct the ICE. & # 39;

The number of detained migrants who crossed the US-Mexico border rose to the highest level since 2006 in May.

Most migrants come from Central America and are looking for asylum, a process that can take years.

Many families are released in the United States during the trial because of the limitations of how long children can be held.

Last fiscal year, the ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations Unit illegally arrested more than 158,500 people in the country, an increase of 11 percent over the previous year and the highest number since 2014. The agency says 66 percent of those arrested are convicted criminals .

Last month, ICE officers arrested 900 people during a three-week stab in California.

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