President Donald Trump started Sunday morning by giving a warning to Democrats to “quickly fix” the problems at the U.S.-Mexico border.

Trump stayed firm on his decision to delay the deportations of thousands of families in the United States illegally, reaffirming that he is giving Democrats two weeks to complete an asylum agreement.

Writing his first tweet of the day, the president asserted: “I want to give the Democrats every last chance to quickly negotiate simple changes to Asylum and Loopholes. This will fix the Southern Border, together with the help that Mexico is now giving us. Probably won’t happen, but worth a try. Two weeks and big Deportation begins!”

Trump announced the two-week timeline on Saturday. On Sunday, June 23, Immigration and Customs Enforcement was scheduled to start deportations of up to 2,000 families who missed a court date or were given deportation instructions beginning.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called President Trump and asked him to call off the planned raids to deport immigrants here illegally.

Pelosi responded with her own tweet, “Mr. President, delay is welcome. Time is needed for comprehensive immigration reform. Families belong together.”

There are currently 1.7 million illegal aliens from Mexico and Central America living in the United States with deportation orders or pending deportation orders, according to federal data.