Addressing the media afterward, White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the administration believes "the wall is part of border security, that is one component". "The Dems will threaten "shutdown", but what they are really doing is shutting down our military, at a time we need it most". We need the wall for stopping the drugs from pouring in, ' Trump said at a White House press conference along with the prime minister of Norway.
President Donald Trump during a meeting with bipartisan members of Congress on immigration on Tuesday, Jan. 9, 2018. Chatter on his mental state cropped up after the release of Michael Wolff's Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House.
That decision has set off a fierce debate in Washington as Democrats and Republicans spar about how to provide relief for about 800,000 immigrants who could face deportation when the programme ends on March 5. It is expected to demand border security in return for DACA.
House Republicans introduced their version of an immigration bill to address the so-called Dreamers while also providing border security.
The President hopes to advance towards legislation that ensures border security, ends chain migration, does away with the visa lottery programme and tackles the DACA issue in a responsible manner, she added. And so the answer is, have to have the wall'.
On Tuesday evening, ahead of Alsup's ruling, in an instance of presidential brokering, Trump appealed to both parties to compromise on the fate of the Dreamers, while also insisting that on the need to build a wall along the border with Mexico.
"Not knowing what's going to happen in your future is something that causes a lot of anxiety, a lot of fear, a lot of stress", said Maria Leon. The spouse and the children, the minor children, of people who receive green cards to come to the United States should obviously be able to accompany them.
During the televised meeting, Sen.
Several DACA bills are under consideration. I have no problem. "I want to get Democrats in the room". Durbin said that in exchange, people from African countries that have benefited from that lottery would be given other access to visas.
Alsup ruled that those opposed to Trump's action ending the protections against deportation were "likely to suffer serious irreparable harm" if deportations were carried out and that the public interest would be served if the program continued.
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