Trump says DACA 'is probably dead' because of Democrats

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"They've grown up here, this is all they know, and having the fear of maybe having to go back to their home is very scary for a lot of these young people", she said.

TPS grants legal status to immigrants, allowing them to work. They have attended school. They've worked and paid taxes here. "They are contributors to our economy, veterans of our military, academic standouts in our universities, and leaders in our parishes and communities". Losing DACA is a fear many of them have.

A border security provision is likely to include more money for a mix of additional physical barriers and technology along the US border with Mexico but probably not a border wall on the scale that Trump campaigned on in 2016.

Trump previous year said he would end this executive action in six months and pressed Congress to act before DACA expires.

But on Tuesday, U.S. District Judge William Alsup in San Francisco ruled that the Trump administration's decision to eliminate DACA was based on a shoddy legal argument and called the move "arbitrary" and "capricious".

On Thursday, Flake said the physical structure Trump has called for does not need to be a "wall" but "more of a fence".

The DACA bar fight is still in the first round.

"Certain Washington politicians choose to fight for foreign countries, but President Trump will always fight for the American people", White House spokesman Raj Shah said in a statement.

CASSIDY: Chain migration is clearly important.

But almost everyone - particularly the mainstream liberal media that thinks American political history started when they woke up this morning - forgets about the second part.

That's the memory Republicans are still haunted by today. We have been working for four months and have reached an agreement in principle that addresses border security, the diversity visa lottery, chain migration/family reunification, and the Dream Act-the areas outlined by the President. President Donald Trump and lawmakers from both parties spent a substantial amount of time talking about the issue - with reporters present.

"What was really tough was the outlandish proposal made", Trump tweeted.

Instead, Trump had also invited some of Congress' hard-line opponents of the bipartisan agreement being put together by the six-member working group led by Durbin and Graham.

The Republicans will have to cave on DACA and the Democrats will have to cave on the border wall.

Trump has railed against DACA, which was implemented by the Obama administration in 2012, and made the issue of illegal immigration a key tenet of his presidential campaign past year.

He doesn't care anyway. Just 21% of Republicans think this, and one in three Republicans say it makes the country a worse place to live. "He goes ahead and makes these racist remarks, throwing fuel to the fire and making it very hard for anybody to be able to reach an agreement with him".