One of Donald Trump’s most sought after plans was to clear the United States of its “bad hombres” problem since we apparently just let anybody through the border that is a rapist and drug dealer. However, an Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agent tipped the torch over much more than they anticipated when on alert for a 4th grader in New York.

Queens’ PS58 did not agree with the actions of warrantless ICE officers last week, the incident was revealed via twitter by mayor Bill de Blasio’s spokesperson, Eric Phillips that schooled officials blocked them from making an entrance in the school.

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To reassure parents after the event NYC Schools chancellor Carmen Farina issued a statement to the Gothamist:

“All students, regardless of immigration status, are welcome in NYC public schools, and parents should rest assured that we will do everything on our power to protect students, staff and families. The federal agent was turned away — we’re looking into this incident and are providing schools with additional information on our protocol and more trainings.”

This is latest incident within New York City after Mayor de Blasio had wanted an apology on the behalf of the NYPD after Attorney Gen. Jeff Session claiming that the city is “soft on crime”. In the more instance de Blasio also asked undocumented immigrants to not report crime, which makes the city not as safe as it could be. Even in the midst of NYC spending millions of dollars protecting Trump Towers and the family; the DOJ attempts to hinder counter terror funds because of the refusal of the sanctuary status.

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Source: Uproxx

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