The Court Ruling Blocking Trump From Rescinding DACA is a Lawless Disgrace

The Court Ruling Blocking Trump From Rescinding DACA is a Lawless Disgrace

The six senators have been meeting for months to find a way to revive protections for the "Dreamers".

Some other lawmakers who have been engaged in the negotiations were also optimistic; others said no deal had yet been reached.

Obama instituted the program to protect young people whose parents brought them into the country as minors when they entered the USA without legal permission.

The forgotten men and women have on their side the now demonstrated fact that illegal immigration is fragile; that it is driven by hundreds of millions of daily texts, emails, and skype communications between illegal aliens in the USA and family members south of the border, and that the content of those messages becomes decidedly more pessimistic and the human flow palpably abates, when enforcement proceeds apace.

Trump, who purportedly questioned Thursday why people from "shithole countries" wanted to emigrate to the United States, asked Congress to create a immigration bill in exchange for funding for the border wall.

The President added that the U.S. should get more people from countries like Norway.

The prevailing view of congressional conservatives is that they must meet Trumps' demands, even if an eventual deal could cost the president part of his base.

A White House spokesman declined to offer an immediate comment on Trump's remarks. That's according to three people who were briefed on the conversation but weren't authorized to describe it publicly.

The Trump administration announced late a year ago that it would end a temporary residency permit program that allowed almost 60,000 citizens from Haiti to live and work in the United States following a devastating 2010 natural disaster.

"This carefully crafted legislation, which is aligned with the White House's immigration priorities, combines enforcement measures and increased border security to enhance public safety, ensure the door remains open to law-abiding immigrants, and restore the rule of law", Goodlatte said in a written statement.

"It's very clear where [Trump's] intentions are", Jonathan Jayes-Green, Co-Founder and Director of the activist group Undocublack Network, said on a press call Friday.

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Trump still wants his border wall, though he had toned down what that means.

Democrats including Durbin had long vowed they would not fund the wall but are accepting the opening request as part of a broader plan that protects from deportation about 800,000 younger immigrants brought to the country as children and now here illegally.

Internal enforcement has always been a contentious political issue, not just because of schisms between Republicans and Democrats but also because of differences within the GOP, business sectors and unions - and E-Verify may be one of the most controversial. Never said "take them out".

The proposal was presented to the White House for President Donald Trump's consideration before seeking passage in the Senate and House of Representatives. But she added, "We haven't quite gotten there, but we feel like we're close".

The reported language was the latest in a long string of anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim comments by Trump that have been condemned as racist.

Another Trump hope is to end a kind craziness that says, look, let's have a lottery each year to choose some immigrants out of countries from which we don't get many immigrants.

"We heard yesterday from Donald Trump what he said was raw and unfiltered racism, which drove his presidential campaign and has been behind all his policies", Jimenez said.

The judge's ruling came hours after Trump met with lawmakers at the White House to discuss the DACA program and other immigration issues.

Senate negotiators were trying to get legislation assembled by next week so it could possibly be attached to a spending bill that Congress will have to pass to avoid government shutdowns after January 19.

A border security provision is likely to include more money for a mix of additional physical barriers and technology along the USA border with Mexico but probably not a border wall on the scale that Trump campaigned on in 2016. And as NPR congressional correspondent Scott Detrow reports, there's also the hard work of selling a bill to the lawmakers who will need to vote on it.

Republican Sens. Tom Cotton and David Perdue and Republican Reps.

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