New York’s two U.S. senators have a difference of opinion when it comes to the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.

Last week, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand became the first sitting member of the Senate to call for the abolition of ICE, saying the agency needed to be “reimagined” with a very different mission. Her Democratic colleague, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, would not go that far.

“No American likes the separation of children and that’s an awful thing and that’s got to be stopped but ICE does do some things that are very important,” he said during a press conference Monday in Buffalo.

Among those important things, Schumer said agents help fight illicit drugs and contraband from entering the country. They also focus on stopping sex trafficking and other types of human trafficking.

However, the senator did agree with Gillibrand’s premise that a change needs to be made.

“I think it needs very deep reform, probably new personnel, new rules is the way to go,” he said.

Yesterday, President Donald Trump tweeted that Democrats want to get rid of ICE and want open borders.

“Crime would be rampant and uncontrollable!” he wrote. “Make America Great Again.”