How can we get a bipartisan compromise on immigration? Ignore President Trump


They don't want security at the border. "I would hope that those supporters of "Dreamers" are able to go in and fight fiercely for a good deal without making bad compromises". But this is one of those rare moments when the best course of action for both Republicans and Democrats is to ignore the president. One will be to veto a bill that avoids a government shutdown, which means getting blamed for the ensuing problems and extending this controversy out further.

Apparently, the president desperately asked during the meeting why the United States should accept immigrants from "shithole" countries such as Haiti, El Salvador and African nations over those immigrants that come from European countries. "No more lotteries! America first". "I stand behind every word that I said". The Trump administration set a March 5 deadline for ending DACA and many Democrats believe that recipients of that program of can't wait any longer to have certainty.

The DACA programme created by former president prevents deportation of people who arrived in the USA as minor. The injunction, said Becerra, lessened the need to tie legislation to the budget bill.

Trump took particular issue with the idea that people who'd fled to the US after disasters hit their homes in places such as El Salvador, Guatemala and Haiti would be allowed to stay as part of the deal, according to the people, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they weren't authorized to publicly describe the discussion.

"Tuesday we had a president that I was proud to golf with, call my friend, who understood immigration had to be bipartisan", said U.S. Sen. Trump and Republicans are seeking increased funds for border security and changes to the lottery and so-called "chain migration" immigration programs in exchange for providing permanent protection for so-called "Dreamers". "So we'll give you DACA and we'll give you something if we build this wall".

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But a legal fix that helps Dreamers should also make the nation more secure, he said.

A spokesman for Democratic Illinois Sen. Kamala Harris and Sen.

A CBS News poll released Sunday found that 70 percent of Americans are in favor of DACA and even among Trump's supporters, a slim majority also support the program.

The wall Mr. Trump promised isn't going to materialize, and he's not going to insist on it. "He is a bigot". All they care about is getting Donald Trump, no matter who gets hurt.

On ABC's "This Week", Perdue told host George Stephanopoulos, "I'm telling you he did not use that word, George, and I'm telling you it is a gross misrepresentation".

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Becerra also challenged the courage of other Republicans in the room with Trump and Durbin for not confirming or denying the comments.

The political debate over the fate of "DREAMers" - undocumented immigrants brought to the children - has overlooked just how many there are in the country today: about 3.6 million.

"It's helpful to have presidential leadership, no doubt about it", Johnson said on WKOW-TV's "Capital City Sunday".

An immigration reform activist is optimistic that Congress can come up with a compromise bill on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) that will enhance border enforcement.

While the federal government may appeal the order to a higher court, it had not done so as of Friday.

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The program, as instituted by the Obama administration, was open only to those who have lived continuously in the United States since June 15, 2007, and were both under the age of 16 when they came to the country and "under the age of 31 as of June 15, 2012".