The most recent enforcement figures released by the Department of Homeland.
Apr 18, Add up all the relevant numbers, you’ll see removals are on track to end up higher under Obama than Bush (Lind’s point in Vox) but that removals plus returns will end up higher under Bush Estimated Reading Time: 5 mins. Apr 21, Dara Lind notes that the Bush administration seems to have reported removals and returns together, but Obama’s administration has emphasized only its number of removals.
According to an analysis by the Migration Policy Institute, more than 12 million people were deported -- either removed or returned -- from the US during the Clinton administration.
Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins. Feb 04, Capps said that if you compared Obama’s interior deportation numbers to Bush or any other president, Obama’s would be higher, due in part to ICE not existing before Data on interior vs.
border removals before was not available, so it isn’t possible to directly compare Obama’s internal removals to past presidents. Jul 13, More than 10 million were removed or returned during the Bush administration.
Far fewer -- more than 5 million -- were removed or returned during the Obama. Feb 12, For the last few years, the Obama Administration has claimed that it's deporting a record number of illegal aliens.
But, the Administration is adding numbers to its overall deportation statistics that have not been historically included in the total number of annual deportations.
Beginning in, the federal government began g agreements, allowing state and local law enforcement officials to perform certain immigration enforcement functions.
Here's a look at how the Obama Administration has artificially inflated the number of deportations. Oct 20, In the years between andthe U.S. deported million people - meaning that under presidents Bush and Obama, the number of. Jun 21, Under the Obama administration, ICE deported more thaneach year in fiscal years throughand hit a high ofin fiscal - prompting critics to dub Trump’s.