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The Trump administration in the fiscal year deported fewer people residing illegally in the U.S. than an average year during former President Barack Obama’s eight-year White House tenure.
New federal data released Friday shows U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement removed 256,085 people from the country, which ended Sept. 30.
The article goes on to state the following:
During Obama’s first six years in office, ICE deported between 315,000 and 409,000 people per year. In 2015 and 2016, those numbers dropped to approximately 235,000 and 240,000 respectively.
Consistent with @POTUS‘s Executive Orders issued in early 2017, ICE ERO has continued to use resources as effectively and efficiently as possible to enforce the nation’s immigration laws. Read the full ERO FY 2018 report: https://t.co/q2ttCnXOg2 pic.twitter.com/ZMWwiu2tRz
— ICE (@ICEgov) December 14, 2018
The Trump administration in the fiscal year deported fewer people residing illegally in the U.S. than an average year during former President Barack Obama’s eight-year White House tenure.https://t.co/wbUXzLPO7A
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) December 14, 2018
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