He said allowing Democratic leaders to control the deal might deprioritize enforcement efforts. He had announced last week that his administration was rescinding the program and gave Congress six months to come up with a legislative fix.
As the morning went on, Trump asked his millions of Twitter followers whether anyone in the country really wanted to "throw out" people who, like Arias, had received protection from deportation and a work permit through the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. "Would be subject to vote", Trump wrote.
The two Democrats said that a border security package might include new technology, drones, air support, sensor equipment and rebuilding roads along the border to improve U.S. patrols. Really... They have been in our country for many years through no fault of their own - brought in by parents at young age.
A Wednesday meeting of Republicans and Democrats to discuss "Dreamer" legislation and border security was hailed as "good" and "productive" - but few details were revealed, The Hill reported.
"Put a fork in Trump, he's dead", she tweeted early Thursday, highlighting a report that the president's supporters are furious about his apparent about-face DACA recipients after stressing immigration during the campaign.More news: NBA commissioner may soon have power to fine teams for resting players
Congressman Steve King was also disappointed with Trump's about-face. "No promise is credible".
President Trump is sticking behind his wall.
Leaders of the Episcopalian and Lutheran Church in Baltimore spoke out against ending DACA by quoting scripture and expressing anger with the Trump administration.
In order to qualify for DACA, undocumented citizens have to have lived in the us since june 15th 2007, can not have any criminal history, and have to ben enrolled in school or to have graduated from high school.
"I don't know what is going on in Washington D.C. but what I do know is that our students here now, are in fear", Gochez said.More news: Destiny 2: Here's What Xur's Brought on His First Visit
"President Trump is going to be under a lot of pressure", GOP analyst Sandra Hagen Solin said, speaking to the unhappiness some on the right may feel.
Added Ryan, R-Wis.: "So I do believe that there's got to be a solution to this problem".
Trump and other republican leaders say there is no deal on immigration yet and the dinner was just to get democratic leaders' perspective.
"The Dream Act is a critical victory; we must win that", she said.
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