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Trump Says An Immigration Roundup Will Begin Next Week

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Trump Says An Immigration Roundup Will Begin Next Week

Trump Says An Immigration Roundup Will Begin Next Week

According to Reuters, President Donald Trump announced that an immigration roundup will start next week, but provided no details about his latest planned action.

Trump made the announcement to reporters before traveling to Orlando, Florida for his 2020 campaign kickoff event.

In a tweet posted on Monday, July 17, Trump wrote that U.S. authorities would begin the process of removing millions of immigrants who are in the United States illegally.

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