Trump and GOP Contradict Each Other on DACA, Confuse Everyone

Trump and GOP Contradict Each Other on DACA, Confuse Everyone

DACA protects young immigrants who were brought to the USA illegally as children or came with families who overstayed visas was rescinded on September 5th. Trump and Attorney Gen. Jeff Sessions last week announced a plan to stop taking new applications and end it in six months, but said those whose two-year permits expire by March would have until October 5 to extend them.

President Donald Trump is now tweeting about how some unauthorized immigrants are really good people.

The Democrats said the agreement had been made "excluding the wall".

There are Christian leaders who are members of groups like the Evangelical Immigration Table who have written letters to Trump, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, and House Speaker Paul Ryan, asking them to provide protection to Dreamers while Congress works to meet the president's deadline.

"I still support him as the president, but I think that he needs to have it drilled into his head that we're his base and that we matter", he said. Massive border security would have to be agreed to in exchange for consent.

San Jose is believed to be the first city to sue Trump over the rescission of DACA.

"We will definitely take your concerns back to our clients", Shumate said.

Jayapal said, "There are a lot of AAPI dreamers who have not stepped up and applied for DACA status..."

At the same time, the complaint states, it is illegal for San Jose to terminate employees due to their nationality or immigration status.

While Trump remains committed to his campaign promise to build the wall along the U.S. border with Mexico, "whether or not that is specifically part of a DACA package or a different legislative package, I am not going to prejudge here today", Short said. This bipartisan legislation would give a path to citizenship to Dreamers. "Trump wrote, ".They have been in our country for many years through no fault of their own - brought in by parents at young age.

GONZALES: And so by that, she means that they don't want a deal that would, let's say, implement the E-Verify system, which requires employers to check the legal status of people they hire. President Trump has urged Congress to do something and to do it right, and so they should.

"I know the people that were strong Trump supporters, that were on his bandwagon early on", said Rep. Steve King, R-Iowa.

Garaufis, a Democratic appointee who previously expressed dismay about Trump's travel ban, is hearing a suit brought by a DACA recipient over the Obama administration's rules that is being refiled as a class action challenging Trump, and he has also been assigned a challenge from NY and other states.