An immigrant mother from Arizona who was given leniency under the Obama administration has been deported under the Trump administration's crackdown on illegal immigration.

FOX's Tonya J. Powers has the story:

Guadalupe Garcia de Rayos has become a high-profile example of President Trump's approach to illegal immigration.

She was deported to Mexico yesterday, arrested after reporting for a routine check to immigration and customs officials despite knowing she risked being detained.

She was, and her son, Angel Rayos Garcia, isn't taking it well:

(Garcia) "It's a nightmare, having your mother taken away from you. The person who's always there for you, gone."

Her daughter, Jacqueline, called it "heartbreaking". Garcia de Rayos arrests prompted a demonstration in downtown Phoenix late Wednesday as protests blocked enforcement vans from leaving a U.S. Immigration Office.

Tonya J. Powers, FOX News.

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