Several Democrats in the House are struggling with the idea of backing a $4.5 billion emergency aid package, as they want to help detained migrants but worry the money will be used to carry out President Trump's promised deportation raids. The House is planning a vote on Tuesday. Several lawmakers want to ensure the money goes to improving facilities where migrant children are being held. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) said she "will not fund another dime to allow ICE to continue its manipulative tactics," while Rep. Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.) said she doesn't trust Trump to follow restrictions in the bill. Republicans are opposing the package because the money won't be used to enforce immigration law. The White House said Trump would likely veto the legislation because it "does not provide adequate funding to meet the current crisis."

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