DACA DENIED: Federal Judge BLOCKS Trump's 'DREAMER' Decision

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DACA DENIED: Federal Judge BLOCKS Trump's 'DREAMER' Decision

Murad Awawdeh of NY Immigration Coalition added, "When folks talk about border security, and more money for enforcement, what that does is pits communities against each other".

"It's an affirmation of the principle that no one is above the law", he told the Washington Post.

The ruling came after a bipartisan meeting between President Donald Trump and members of Congress on how to address the fate of undocumented immigrants under the program.

"We've got this bipartisan group".

Trump said that unnamed television anchors sent him letters praising the event.

White House spokesperson Raj Shah did not deny Trump's "shithole" remark, but instead emphasized in a statement the President "is fighting for permanent solutions that make our country stronger by welcoming those who can contribute to our society, grow our economy and assimilate into our great nation". Durbin was adamant that any deal include a path to citizenship for all Dreamers, not just those who applied for the DACA program.

It also aims to end the phenomenon of so-called "chain migration", which sees U.S. citizens and Green Card holders facilitate the entry of their family members to the country.

DACA DENIED: Federal Judge BLOCKS Trump's 'DREAMER' Decision

Republican Sens. Tom Cotton and David Perdue and Republican Reps. Trump told senators in the Oval Office, according to a source briefed on the meeting.

"The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used".

After Trump and lawmakers spent time meeting privately, the White House and numerous lawmakers said there was agreement to limit the immediate bill to four areas.

The president said he would only approve the DACA program, which is set to expire in March if he received funding for his Mexican border wall.

"We need permanent legislative solution to DACA, not a drawn out legal fight, and this ruling ups the ante for Congress to act", said John Rowe, Exelon Chairman Emeritus and IBIC Co-Chair, "There is only one real path forward: either Congress will pass a legislative solution to DACA, or almost 800,000 DACA recipients will lose their ability to live and work legally in this country".

If Trump loses the appeal, the next step would be the Supreme Court, which now has a 5-4 majority appointed by Republican presidents. "Never said "take them out". It is also not clear whether a deal struck by the six senators in the working group would get support from the rest of the chamber, the White House or more conservative House. The California judge ruled that the administration must temporarily resume processing DACA applications. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., Michael Bennet, D-Colo., Cory Gardner, R-Colo., Bob Menendez, D-N.J., Durbin and Flake - are unknown.

Alsup also noted the possibility that Trump's termination of the program was "contrived to give the administration a bargaining chip to demand funding for a border wall", as the plaintiffs had argued in their lawsuit.

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