Trump tweets: Language over DACA rejection was 'tough' but not vulgar

Remigio Civitarese
Gennaio 14, 2018

Trump also offered a clarification later in Tuesday's meeting - "We do a Phase 1, which is DACA and security, and we do Phase 2, which is comprehensive immigration" - a relieved-looking McCarthy all but leaped from his seat, pointing at Trump like a teacher whose promising student, after several false starts, finally has alighted on the correct answer. Arizona Republican Jeff Flake told reporters today it has happened.

"There has not been a deal reached yet", said White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders. "I never thought we would".

The program protects almost 800,000 undocumented young people, or "dreamers", who came to America as children. Next step - the senators need to convince President Trump to back the plan. Democrats, whose votes will be needed in the Senate to pass a bill to keep the government open, have said a DACA solution must be part of the government funding bill.

A Republican with knowledge of Thursday's meeting said the White House hastily invited Cotton to join the immigration discussion.

Or, he could increase tariffs on imports then try to tell us Mexico is paying for it, but taxpaying USA consumers will eventually be paying for it anyway with higher prices. DACA has allowed them to receive a renewable two-year period of deferred action from deportation and get a work permit. That's probably going to be hard.

"Why are we having all these people from shithole countries come here?" You have Democrats like Representative Joaquin Castro of Texas on one side.

"For years, these young people have been living in and enriching the United States in many ways", Bishop Vasquez said in his statement. It was unclear why the three other Republicans attended.

Americans must face the fact that whatever else he is, whatever other agenda he carries, Trump harbors troubling racist sentiments that are jeopardizing the well-being of people of color, emboldening racists and, with his latest remarks, triggering global alarm and disgust. We've been crystal clear: "chain migration must end, period".

The Republican-run House needs only a majority.

That second bill would likely face long odds for passage, considering long-running disagreements over issues like how to handle all 11 million illegal immigrants that are now in the US. Some want big reductions in legal immigration, too. They are doing nothing to fix DACA.

BOB GOODLATTE: It cracks down on sanctuary cities, increases criminal penalties for deported criminals who illegally return and makes the E-Verify program mandatory.

"That's why there are negotiations going on that the president encouraged yesterday".

PHOENIX -In response to a court order, the federal government announced Saturday that it would resume accepting renewal applications from young immigrants previously approved for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. Sadly, there's nothing in recent history that suggests such a debate is possible in the current political climate.

In Trump's first year in office, border crossings overall have been down, he has given the Border Patrol the ability to do its job - and then there is DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals), which Trump chose to end.

Of course, the entire reason the senators asked Kelly for the White House's demands in December was that they hadn't taken the October wish list seriously. We are at a deal.

DETROW: Abrar is waiting to see the final details.

But Rep. Ruben Gallego, D-Ariz., who was not there and like Cuellar is a member of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, said he favored a narrow bill protecting Dreamers with perhaps something negotiable on border security. He's played a key role in the latest round of negotiations.

Cornyn said various attempts in the past few months to strike a deal "were basically getting nowhere".

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