(Note language that may offend some readers) By Jeff Mason WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S.
President Trump is not one to call it quits, but after last week’s failed bipartisan meeting to reform the DACA program the president seems to be throwing in the towel.
The White House principal deputy press secretary Raj Shah slammed Democrats for their handling of immigration talks
President Trump doubles down on his stance for DACA by condemning Democrats, who he said would rather derail his presidency than help the American people.
President Trump says he never said anything derogatory about Haitians at a bipartisan immigration meeting. In a tweet Friday, he said Haiti is a very poor and troubled country, but he never said “take them out.”
The bipartisan Senate proposal to shield illegal child arrivals from deportation gets a cold reception from the White House and GOP senators. One America’s Kristian Rouz looks into the matter.
Republican senators reject the DACA deal plan proposed in the Senate by the bipartisan ‘Gang of Six.’ In a joint statement Thursday, Senators Chuck Grassley, Tom Cotton, and David Perdue said the proposal “isn’t serious.”
With a successful tax reform bill behind them, Congress has switched gears and is refocusing on immigration. In an announcement Wednesday, lawmakers said they’ve created a bill to tackle four areas of immigration, including the visa lottery program, chain migration, DACA recipients, and finally President Trump’s highly sought after border wall.
January 11, 2018 OAN Newsroom GOP congressional leaders proposed new legislation to overhaul the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, and reform the nation’s…