Oregon and the federal government have reached a bargain for its withdrawal of representatives in the anti-racism protests from Portland, according to statements published concurrently by Gov. Kate Brown and the acting secretary of the Department of Homeland Security on Wednesday. “Following my talks with VP Pence and many others, the federal government has agreed to draw national officials from Portland. They’ve acted as an occupying force & introduced violence,” Brown, a Democrat, wrote in a post on Twitter. “Beginning tomorrow, all of Customs and Border Protection & ICE officers will abandon downtown Portland.”Chad Wolf, the DHS leader, stated he was in regular communication with Brown and also the two “have consented to a joint strategy to finish the violent action in Portland led at national properties and law enforcement officers.””That strategy involves a strong existence of Oregon State Police in downtown Portland. State and local law enforcement will start procuring properties and roads, particularly those surrounding national properties, which were under nightly assault for the last two months,” Wolf stated. Even though Brown’s statement suggested that some national officers, such as most of Customs and Border Protection and Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, will leave when Thursday, Wolf suggested that DHS representatives will stay. CBP and ICE are branches of the DHS. The Federal Protective Service, yet another DHS branch, along with the U.S. Marshals Service, a branch of the Department of Justice, have officers assigned to the Portland protests, the national government has said.Wolf composed the DHS will continue to keep its employees in Portland “before we’re assured the Hatfield Federal Courthouse and other national properties will no more be assaulted and that the seat of justice from Portland will stay secure.””This was our mission and goal since the violent, criminal action started,” he explained. A CBP spokesperson called CNBC into Wolf’s statement when asked if CBP representatives would leave Portland on Thursday. ICE didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. Later on Wednesday, President Donald Trump threatened to send additional officers to Portland “When the Mayor and Governor don’t stop the Crime and Violence in the Anarchists and Agitators promptly.”The protests at Portland have occurred nightly for 2 months, initially spurred from the May murdering of George Floyd, a Black guy, in police custody in Minneapolis.The federal authorities deployed representatives into the protests in early July, asserting their existence was required to protect national property, such as the Mark O. Hatfield Courthouse. Local leaders and leaders throughout the country have compared the existence of the national agents.Video in the protests has revealed federal officers looking to target peaceful demonstrators, such as one now-viral scene where representatives clubbed a Navy veteran with a baton and gassed him with pepper spray. In court documents, lawyers for the federal authorities have stated that officers are assaulted with bottles, lasers, fireworks and a sledgehammer.The arrangement between the national authorities and Oregon comes amid mounting lawsuit. A federal judge on Thursday ordered officers to refrain from targeting journalists and lawful observers.On Tuesday, both the journalists and legal observers who brought the situation requested the judge to maintain the DHS and the U.S. Marshals Service from contempt, citing their alleged failure to comply by the order.An attempt by Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum to stop federal officers from arresting demonstrators in the protests was refused on Friday on technical reasons. Even though the Portland protests were simmering for months, they brought widespread national attention after federal agents were sent to help in law enforcement efforts.Trump has even accused the protesters involved of being “radical left ANARCHISTS!” and taunted Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler, a Democrat, who had been struck with tear gas whilst attending a presentation near the courthouse a week. On Tuesday, Attorney General William Barr defended the existence of the agents through a contentious hearing before the House Judiciary Committee where Democrats accused him of working with the unrest to gain Trump’s reelection effort. Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee for president in 2020, has criticized Trump for amplifying racial tensions relation to the protests. “Obviously the U.S. government has the right and obligation to protect national property,” Biden said in a statement a week. “The Obama-Biden government protected federal property throughout the nation without resorting to those egregious tactics — without attempting to stoke the flames of division in this country.”The White House didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.