Major cities are refusing to cooperate with ICE's mass deportation raids

Major cities are refusing to cooperate with ICE's mass deportation raids

Officials in US cities are resisting Donald Trump's threats for the mass deportation of immigrants, and some of them are taking to social media to state their disapproval of the Republican leader.

The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement is to launch sweeping deportation raids in at least 10 major cities over the course of this weekend, targeting up to 2,000 migrant families who’ve received outstanding deportation orders in cities that include Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Denver, Houston, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York and San Francisco.

As a result, politicians and civic officials have criticized the reported deportation plans and offered to migrant residents. Scroll down to check out some of their statements.

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This isn't the only blow the president has had to take to his popularity rating. Earlier this week, a prominent writer and journalist accused the billionaire of sexually assaulting her in department store 23 years ago.,