What happened between President Trump and Democratic lawmakers Wednesday night?

What happened between President Trump and Democratic lawmakers Wednesday night?

What happened between President Trump and Democratic lawmakers Wednesday night?

Following a dinner with Trump at the White House, Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer and House of Representatives Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi said the "productive meeting" focused on "DACA", a program established by former President Barack Obama. Both Pelosi and a top White House staffer also indicated Tuesday that they were open to a compromise on border security to expedite legislation protecting DACA recipients. "This was a core, explicit and graphically clear promise he made to the American people".

Trump is scheduled to meet Wednesday afternoon to discuss tax reform with members of the House "Problem Solving Caucus", a bipartisan group of moderates.

Despite Trump's denial, two people briefed on Wednesday night's proceedings said that citizenship was explicitly mentioned when Democrats raised the DREAM Act.

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On another major topic, Ryan said that immigration legislation Congress will be working on "will have to include security measures".

The announcement of the working group comes shortly after Democrats declared they struck an agreement with the president to codify safeguards for "DREAMers" while crafting a border security package that doesn't include funding for a border wall. Schumer, too, clearly relishes the dealmaking; he was caught on a live microphone on the Senate floor Thursday gleefully telling Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.: "He likes us!"

For their part, immigration activists reacted cautiously to news of the deal, with several saying that any celebration would be premature.

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In New York, activist Martin Batalla Vidal, who came to the USA with his parents when he was 7, said he has taken college classes, does "meaningful" nursing home work and pays taxes.

Earlier this month, the Trump administration said it's rescinding DACA, which currently lets about 790,000 undocumented immigrants remain in the U.S. But now, Congress has six months to come up with a legislative solution. "But at the same time, I think it's only reasonable - it makes ideal common sense - that we deal with the problem that was the root cause of this, which is we do not have operational control of our borders", he said, adding: "This is a broken system that needs to be fixed". He is not the president of 15 percent of the population.

"I think he ought to do the right thing, and the right thing is to protect these DACA kids", he said. "He likes me, anyway".

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"It's the beginning of a very important process to achieve for the first time in a generation overhauling the tax system, and giving middle class families a much deserved break", Ryan told reporters after a regular closed door meeting of House GOP lawmakers.

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