President Trump Makes a Statement on DACA

President Trump Makes a Statement on DACA

President Trump Makes a Statement on DACA

"But the White House and Democrats in Congress and some Republicans, they just have not been able to agree on how to do it", she says.

From the day Donald Trump kicked off his campaign for president back in the summer of 2015 he made sure to highlight immigration, quickly making headlines by labeling illegal immigrants from Mexico as "rapists" and "murderers". Under the president's orders, renewal applications for people who already benefitted from the program needed to have been turned in by October 5, 2017.

Individuals in the caravans often try to reach the USA border, but usually not as part of the caravan. Trump rescinded the program in October, but courts have ruled that it can remain in place for now. Now, despite promises to Dreamers to take action, he says "DACA is dead". Negotiations broke down after Democrats realized they would have to agree to a range of other measures on immigration and border security.

"Border Patrol Agents are not allowed to properly do their job at the Border because of ridiculous liberal (Democrat) laws like Catch & Release".

"Trump's comments also ignore the fact that the DACA solution he proposed mustered only 39 votes in the Senate, not enough to pass even if the Senate did approve the nuclear option".

Unfortunately for these so-called 'DREAMers, ' the Democratic Party understands that their plight is more useful as an electioneering tool. Well, he's not. The majority of Americans want DACA resolved so these people can stay. Trump ended the DACA program after using it to try and strike a deal with Democrats.

Trump's call to eliminate the filibuster, which he blames for elements of his policy agenda stalling in Congress, is the latest in a series of complaints about the restriction.

President Donald Trump called on Congress to immediately pass immigration reform and urged lawmakers to use the "nuclear option" to do so. Mexico strictly enforces its own immigration laws and does not tolerate illegal immigrants, except when those immigrants are en route to America.


In tweets on Monday Trump blamed Mexico for allowing people to travel to the USA, suggesting he would end the North American Free Trade Agreement in an effort to stem the flow of migrants. "They must stop them at their Northern Border, which they can do because their border laws work, not allow them to pass through into our country, which has no effective border laws", Trump tweeted. Trump is looking for the Senate to the change its rules so that bills can be passed with a simple 51-vote majority. He said Mexican leaders "must stop the big drug and people flows, or I will stop their cash cow, NAFTA".

"DACA is dead because the Democrats didn't care or act, and now everyone wants to get onto the DACA bandwagon". He went on to demand that the border wall be constructed.

"Mexico is doing very little, if not NOTHING, at stopping people from flowing into Mexico through their Southern Border, and then into the U.S. They laugh at our dumb immigration laws", the president tweeted.

He declared on Easter Sunday there would be "NO MORE DACA DEAL" to resolve the problem while saying Mexico is doing little, if nothing to prevent immigrants from coming to the USA illegally.

The caravan is unconnected to DACA, an Obama-era policy that applied only to a certain group of undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children and underwent a grueling application process in exchange for temporary relief from deportation. The former president placed these people in limbo the moment he created a program he had no legal authority to create.

The original caravan consisted of about 40 migrants who crossed the border from Central America. Their decision to undertake such a perilous and uncertain journey appears to prove that Trump - if, indeed, he said what was reported - had a pretty good point.

The president's tweet was posted shortly after a segment on Fox News Channel's "Fox and Friends", in which Brandon Judd, the president of the National Border Patrol Council, a labor union representing border patrol agents, talked about reports that a caravan of hundreds of Central Americans was headed toward the U.S.in a bid to secure asylum. An outspoken immigration hard-liner, Hannity is a Trump booster and informal presidential adviser, in addition to hosting a radio show and prime-time Fox show.

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