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How Trump changed the rules to arrest more non-criminal immigrants

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Donald Trump’s campaign promise to only arrest and deport “bad hombres” or “the worst people” as he called them, has proven to be a lie. He’s directed US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to go after law-abiding people who were brought here as children, have lived in the US for most of their lives, and have been regularly meeting with immigration for decades to gain citizenship. Many are business owners and active members of their communities, with spouses and children who are American citizens.

How Trump changed the rules to arrest more non-criminal immigrants

In Trump’s first year, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested 109,000 criminals and 46,000 people without criminal records — a 171% increase in the number of non-criminal individuals arrested over 2016.

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