Trump signals he could endorse immigration deal

Trump signals he could endorse immigration deal

Trump signals he could endorse immigration deal

Trump has denied making the remarks, but Illinois Democratic Sen.

On Friday, Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), who was present for the meeting, said the president did, in fact, use the term.

LINDSEY GRAHAM: We had a meeting, and I will tell you that I'm hopeful that that meeting will maybe lead to a breakthrough and we get something done.

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.

Some other lawmakers who have been engaged in the negotiations were also optimistic; others said no deal had yet been reached. But she added, "We haven't quite gotten there, but we feel like we're close". As the negotiations progressed, Virginia Republican Bob Goodlatte introduced his own version of a DACA fix. "I've said it again and again that, unfortunately, a lot of the conversation in Washington politicizing the [immigration] issue has shadowed what undocumented communities experience every day", Kim said.

Cornyn said the six lawmakers were hoping for a deal and "everyone would fall in line". The president went on to suggest that if Congress failed to protect those Dreamers, he would "revisit the issue", and, ostensibly, protect them himself.

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Trump made the comment during a discussion of USA visa and immigration policies inside the Oval Office.

This week a federal judge halted much of the Trump administration's plan to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program.

Congress has to make a budget deal by January 19 or face shutting down the federal government - except for essential services.

Republicans will need Democratic votes to prevent a federal shutdown in 10 days, votes Democrats have threatened to withhold without an immigration agreement.

Let me pick up on what happened after that White House meeting on immigration President Donald Trump hosted on Tuesday - the one he turned into an nearly hour-long show, with Sen.

All of this left lawmakers confused Tuesday as to the future of DACA.

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Trump has said that any deal to extend DACA must include plans for a wall on the USA border with Mexico.

If it's the former, he's going to have to disappoint Tom Cotton; if the latter, he'll need to tell 700,000 people who grew up in the United States, lived by its laws, and contributed to its prosperity that this isn't their country anymore.

"There are scores of Republicans who have shifted their position to follow the president", said Republican representative Steve King of Iowa. In exchange, Trump and Republicans want toughened border protections and tightened restrictions on others trying to migrate to this country.

The meeting delivered a significant setback to the bipartisan working group, which first announced the deal earlier on Thursday afternoon.

During the conversation Trump also questioned why the U.S would want to accept people from countries like Haiti and said the USA should want more people from countries like Norway, the aides said.

DACA shields almost 800,000 young immigrants from deportation by allowing them to work and study legally in the United States.

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Majorities of Americans are opposed to a host of the GOP's policy positions, including those on marijuana, immigration, the border wall, and the recently passed tax bill.

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