Federal ‘Occupying Force’ To Pull Out Of Portland, Oregon Governor Announces

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The Trump administration is to withdraw federal law enforcement agents out of Portland, Oregon, beginning on Thursday, the state’s governor announced on Wednesday, slamming officers she said “acted as an occupying force and brought violence” in several nights of violent clashes with local protesters .

Signs were emerging early Wednesday that the pull-out could be on the way after accusations that Donald Trump was deploying paramilitary forces in violation of the US constitution, partly as a tactic in his provocative “law and order” re-election campaign.

On Wednesday morning, Governor Kate Brown posted a tweet that agents from federal border patrol and immigration agencies, which fall under the umbrella of the Department of Homeland Security, would begin withdrawal on Thursday.

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