Trump says he will not support a DACA offer without a border wall

President Donald Trump stated he wants Congress enact a step to offer legal status to young, undocumented immigrants– provided his other migration proposals, including financing for the wall on the U.S. border with Mexico, are embraced.

“We desire the wall,” Trump stated at an interview Saturday at Camp David in Maryland. “The wall is going to happen, or we’re not going to have DACA,” he said, referring to the Deferred Action for Youth Arrivals program, which Democrats are fighting to restore.In addition

to moneying the wall, Trump detailed other immigration policies he desires to be part of any package including DACA, which was licensed by President Barack Obama in 2012 through an executive order overturned in September. He restated his push to eliminate household reunification or “chain migration” arrangements in present law that provide choices to member of the family of legal immigrants, and the immigrant visa lottery system.

“All of us want DACA to take place, however we likewise desire terrific security for our nation,” Trump stated. He included that, “in some form, Mexico will pay for the wall.”

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A weekly wrap-up of the leading political stories from The Globe, sent right to your email.Republican leaders convened at the presidential retreat in rural Maryland to draw up their legislative priorities for 2018. Trump stated Saturday these included consisted of nationwide security, facilities, military financing and migration.”We’re going to have some truly excellent bipartisan expenses,”Trump stated. “However we need more Republicans.”


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