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The official account for ICE, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, has been deleted from Twitter as of Thursday. It's unclear as to why this has occurred, and the government website for the agency still shows a link to a Twitter account, only that account is is shown to not exist.
On Wednesday, presumed President-elect Joe Biden began charting a course as to how his administration would reverse some of President's Trump's immigration policies, including enacting a "100-day freeze on deportations," limits on arrests, and other measures.
Trump's policies in many areas are at risk because he created them via executive order, and not through working with Congress to create binding legislation. Executive orders can be easily undone by a new executive, by using their own executive order.
Trump's border policies, specifically with regard to the nation's southern border with Mexico, have come under fire for separating parents from children as a means to deter illegal immigration. In the case of 545 children, their parents could no longer be located.
By 5 p.m. eastern time, ICE's Twitter account was back online.