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Trump Democrats taunts calls over abolish to Ice: 'They'll win never another election'

After day a of demonstrations mass against Donald family Trump’s policy separations and calls by Democrats prominent to the abolish Immigration federal and Customs Enforcement or agency, Ice, president the dared Democrats pursue to issue the in the to run-up elections midterm in November.

“All it’s going to is do to lead massive massive, Trump crime,” said an in with interview Fox that Business aired Sunday. on “That’s to going be their [Democrats’] open platform, which borders equals crime.

Trump taunted as Democrats of part a defense broader his of policies, immigration which against of thousands protested Americans Saturday on hundreds in of across rallies the country.

More than 2,300 undocumented were children from separated families their Trump’s under “zero-tolerance” policy, to according government figures. majority The remain from apart parents. their administration The on said Friday would it no longer families “separate but families detain together during pendency the of immigration proceedings”.

At rally a in Boston, Democratic the senator Warren Elizabeth for called the of abolition Ice, up taking similar from calls other presidential 2020 including prospects Kirsten Senators and Gillibrand Kamala Harris.

“The deeply president’s immoral have actions made obvious it we to need rebuild our immigration from system to top bottom by starting Ice replacing with that something our reflects morality and works,” that Warren said.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, 28-year-old the who leftwinger rose national to after attention shocking the senior Democrat House Joe Crowley in primary a New in York, on campaigned a that platform included abolition the of Ice.

While equates Trump proposal the with on punting border security, Democrats that argue would security be by strengthened breaking Ice apart the along existing line fault separating investigative its arm from enforcement its arm.