While working on “8 Simple Rules,” she says what she watched and learned from Ritter was invaluable. “When I would do scenes with him, he would do every single take completely different,” she says. “And the audience was just roaring because it was almost like a different scene every time.
“They’re not rounding anyone up,” Kelly said at the San Ysidro Port of Entry between San Diego and Tijuana.The fears and warnings come amid court battles over President Donald Trump’s proposed ban on immigrants from seven majority Muslim nations. Trump has also vowed to deport some 3 million undocumented immigrants who have criminal records.He has famously promised to build a wall at the US Mexico border to block illegal immigration.Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos, 35, was deported Thursday after she checked in with the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in Phoenix a day earlier.The action sparked protests by the mother’s supporters and drew praise from proponents of stricter enforcement of immigration laws.ICE said most of the people targeted this week in homes and workplaces from Southern California to Atlanta and other cities are criminals.Arrests and fear In Los Angeles, ICE said Friday that it had arrested about 160 people from a dozen countries during a five day, five county operation aimed at undocumented criminals, immigration fugitives and people who re entered the United States illegally after deportation.About 150 of the suspects have criminal histories, including felony convictions for serious or violent offenses, according to an ICE statement. There were 10 people with no criminal history but five had orders of removal or had been previously deported.The ICE statement said the arrests were part of what it called a regular “enforcement surge.” It denied reports about ICE checkpoints and random sweeps, calling them “false, dangerous, and irresponsible.””These reports create panic and put communities and law enforcement personnel in unnecessary danger,” the statement said.Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti issued a statement Friday night asking ICE for “greater transparency about ongoing operations” within the city.ACLU Texas Executive Director Terri Burke told CNN that “raids” had been happening in Austin “the last few nights.””It is not unlike some of the things Obama did, but it’s ramped up and worse,” Burke said.Roger Rocha, the national president of the League of United Latin American Citizens, said, “It appears that ICE has started its effort to make good on campaign promises regarding mass deportations of undocumented individuals whose only crime is a lack of status.”In the Texas capital, City Councilman Greg Casar said children in Austin “have not come to school” and “families .