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Houston Police Chief Knocks Trump’s Family Deportation Raids: ‘We Should Be Chasing Crooks, Not Cooks’

Mediaite Friday, 12 July 2019 ()
On CNN, Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo publicly came out against the ICE family deportation raids that the Trump administration announced will commence on Sunday: “Families belong together. …We should be chasing crooks, not cooks.” Houston is one of 10 cities across the country that will be targeted as part of ICE’s planned family deportation raids that President […]
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News video: ICE Deportation Raids Set To Begin After President Trump’s Delay: Report

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Massive raids targeting undocumented immigrants for deportation are set to begin in just a matter of days. Veuer’s Nick Cardona has the latest.

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