First, on Wednesday night, news broke that Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) announced they'd reached a deal with Trump to save DACA without securing funding for a border wall.
Pelosi and Schumer on Thursday clarified their statement to say that it remains to be seen how the sides will agree on border security but adding that such a deal would not include funding for a border wall.
"We have reached an understanding on this issue", said Sen. The last thing we need as the economy finally comes out of the doldrums of the past 10 years is to lose hundreds of thousands of young, productive workers because no one in a position to lead steps up to fix the problem.
"We voted for Donald Trump because we wanted something different than what Hillary Clinton was gonna give this country. and the deal that we heard coming out of the White House.it's what we would expect Hillary Clinton to give us", Martin said. But amid backlash from conservative Republicans, Trump said Thursday that they were "fairly close" but nothing had been agreed to.
Still, Mr Trump yesterday appeared to acknowledge the complexity of handling the issue of the immigrant children dubbed Dreamers. To me, he's really confirmed the broad contours of it, but he really wants to emphasize over and over that he's not giving up on the wall. Joe Manchin, had backed Trump's decision to end the program, saying he was "firmly opposed to amnesty and am committed to ensuring our nation's immigration policies are constitutional and lawful".
"Of course there should be room for disagreement on immigration within the Republican Party, Carlson said, "but there ought to be some nonnegotiable principles at the center of it all: Borders are real".
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Trump's DACA announcement on September 5 came after 10 Republican attorneys general threatened to sue in an attempt to halt the program.
Camacho is one of almost 800,000 young people that had been protected from deportation and allowed to work in the US legally, but last week, the Trump Administration announced it would rollback the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, put in place by President Obama.
"These are intelligent, capable young people", Middlehof said. The discussion focused on DACA. "We're looking at allowing people to stay here", Trump told reporters as he traveled to view hurricane damage in Florida. They came on board because, build a wall, enforce the border, enforce immigration law, no amnesty ever. Trump himself tweeted that his campaign-pledge wall is already being built "in the form of new renovation of old and existing fences and walls".
Apparently having grown exhausted of Republican ineptitude for failing to repeal and replace Obamacare, or do much else with their majorities in the House and Senate, other than to think up new excuses for their failures, the debt ceiling deal might give the president wiggle room to demand concessions from Democrats.
There's also an option the Republican majority hasn't tried.
"I mean, this was just a straight-up promise all the way through his campaign", King said.
In New York, Martin Batalla Vidal, who came to the US with his parents when he was 7, said he's taken college classes, does "meaningful" nursing home work and pays taxes.