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Local leaders push back against Trump's expected ICE raids

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Beginning Sunday, federal agents will begin a nationwide effort to arrest immigrants who have been issued final deportation orders. The raids will target ten major cities, and will focus mainly on Central American families that crossed the U.S. border with Mexico. President Trump says the crackdown is meant to remove criminals from the country -- but the leaders in some of these cities, like New York City and San Francisco, are pushing back against the effort. Laura Podesta reports.

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