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ICE spokesman resigns, cites misinformation spread by Trump administration

San Francisco Division ICE spokesman James Schwab resigned from his position on Monday and blasted the Trump administration while doing so, citing misinformation as the impetus to leave his job.
What are the details?
CNN reported that Schwab felt compelled to leave his post because he believed that acting ICE Director Thomas Homan and Attorney General Jeff Sessions were guilty of misleading the public about the decision by the mayor of Oakland, California, to publicly announce an impending U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement raid.
Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf (D) publicly announced an imminent ICE raid in February. She sent the notice to her more than 20,000 Twitter followers because she felt the raids warranted a public announcement.
According to Schaaf, her intention in publicizing the information was not to cause a panic among residents, but to protect them. In her announcement, Schaaf added that police are prohibited from cooperating with federal immigration officials.
California became a sanctuary state on Jan. 1.
Despite Schaaf’s announcement, officials were still able

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