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one day before a mass roundup of migrant families was set to begin president trump announced he would delay the deportation raids for two weeks to quote see if the Democrats and Republicans can get together and work out a solution to the asylum and loophole problems at the southern border if not deportation start the announced rates got fears push back from Democrats and immigrant rights groups house speaker Nancy Pelosi said in a release that the expected rates would quote inject terror into our communities and tear families apart the president's actions make no distinction between a status violation and committing a serious crime trump on Saturday said the focus would be on criminals were very focused on number thirteen getting them out and I hope you're not going to stick up to much for MS thirty days %HESITATION what very focused hi I think the the fantastic people earlier this week acting ice director mark Morgan told reporters the agency would target families that have received a removal order from the U. S. immigration court The Washington Post said the plan was referred to as the family op at ice and the department of homeland security and was slated to target up to two thousand families and as many as ten US cities the report also said that acting DHS secretary Kevin mac lean and has been urging ice to conduct a narrower more targeted operation warning that an indiscriminate plan to arrest migrants in their homes and at work risk separating children from their parents