Published: Sat, February 10, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Trump calls for shutdown, if his immigration plan makes no headway

Trump calls for shutdown, if his immigration plan makes no headway

"We've never seen anything like this- this level of ferocity and this level of violence", the president said.

Trump's remarks threw a monkey wrench into his Republican Party's negotiating position that immigration should be handled separately from budget issues.

Schumer, who met privately with Trump, said he offered far more than $1.6 billion for Trump's plans to build a wall on the southern border with México.

Also, Kelly said he would not support a deferral of the deadline because "they (Congress) only work under pressure", but assuring that the decision was in the president's hands. He already said on Twitter any deal without "strong border security" or a "wall" is a "total waste of time".

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Congress has until tomorrow to strike a deal that determines the future of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) DREAMers.

According to a staff document outlining a description of the position, it's meant to help immigrants navigate the process to stay in the country and possibly serve as a point person for an eventual plan to provide municipal identification cards to city residents.

It's time to end that legislative dysfunction, which has played on a loop on Capitol Hill for years.

However, she said that although "the president wants a long-term deal and he wants to get a deal on immigration", if Democratic lawmakers do not cooperate in approving a budget, Trump would welcome a political fight involving a shutdown. Although the system is woefully in need of reform, regulations are in place.

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We've got to enforce our borders and we've got to enforce our laws". "We ought to say thank you and welcome them". Bush stressed need to back North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and other alliances the USA has with in the world.


"I'm becoming increasingly pessimistic", said Republican senator and immigration point man Lindsey Graham. The second one, of course, would be the elimination of chain migration, or family reunification, some would call it.

"It's absolutely not true". "I am very much reliant on the people in this room".

"You probably know this, that we were asked for the president's perspective on taking care of the DACA issue". "And it certainly is not a process that can continue without limits". They are immigrants who were brought to the United States unlawfully as children. (Twenty-three percent of permanent residence cards were given to parents, adult children, siblings, grandchildren, nieces and nephews of US citizens or green card holders). Green cards should not be given to anyone with questionable backgrounds, and more thorough vetting should be made for any applicants from countries that are recognized as "state sponsors of terrorism".

Senior White House officials - from President Donald Trump on down - again on Tuesday contradicted one another and struggled to express clear messages as key deadlines approach.

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Mason sat in the machine on a bed of stuffed toys, calmly watching firefighters work to free him. They were also assisted by an off-duty fireman who happened to be at the restaurant.


That is certainly warranted, but what is not are fear tactics that interject misleading information into this most important immigration debate, a debate that we ultimately look to Congress this year to fix.

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