The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency is taking its case directly to some of those they are targeting — in Spanish.

The service responsible for helping President Trump enforce his new immigration rulings has launched a website in Spanish and a Twitter account also in Spanish.

The goal is to help immigrants know that ICE is doing, and to provide direct information from the government.

"The new is our most recent step in increasing access to important and accurate information about ICE," said Liz Johnson, an ICE spokeswoman. "Offering information in other languages helps ICE communicate across cultures and reach a broader audience, while also ensuring that the public can obtain information directly from ICE, and not from unofficial - and possibly unscrupulous - sources."

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