DCCC Chair Dodges Question About Abolishing ICE

‘Democrats want to work on a bipartisan comprehensive immigration reform package to address all of our issues across the country’

DCCC Chair Dodges Question About Abolishing ICE (The Washington Free Beacon)

Rep. Ben Ray Luján (D., N.M.), chairman of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, on Sunday dodged a question from ABC's Martha Raddatz about whether it is good message for Democrats to call for abolishing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, also referred to as ICE.

"Congressman Luján, I want to go back to ICE; is that a good message for the Democrats? Abolishing ICE?" Raddatz asked the congressman.

Luján didn't mention ICE in his response and instead deflected to attack Republicans, including Rep. Steve Stivers (R., Ohio), who was part of the joint interview.

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