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an immigration threat provide by the White House president trump on Friday said mass deportation roundups will begin quote fairly soon on Monday he said the action would happen sometime after the July fourth holiday he's made such threats before rates planned for last month were postponed after details were leaked trumps hardline approach to immigration is a major focal point in his presidency and this twenty twenty reelection bid well I don't call of rates I say they came in illegally I will bring them out legally these are people where we have the papers with god through the court system they'll be starting fairly soon what I don't call them right we're removing people that have come in all of these people over the years that have come in illegally we are removing them and bring it back with a gun in a statement US immigration and customs enforcement or ice said its focus was arresting people with criminal history but any immigrant found in violation of US laws should expect to be caught up in this week Margaret advocates are gearing up for a fight vowing to defend their communities what eyes offices arrive government documents published this week by my good rights groups showed that in the past ice operations swept up more than just those with criminal histories the threatened to rates come after captors at the southwest border eased in June after spike into a thirteen year high in may just this week the inspector general for the department of homeland security released photos taken last month and detention centers which show severe overcrowding as well as women and children sleeping on the floor there's been growing criticism and accusations of inhumane living conditions at the facilities trump says of migrants don't like the conditions thanks to stay home