The decision came after Trump met with seven Republicans senators January 4 about immigration and several asked why there were multiple points of contacts and not one point person on the issue for the administration, a senior White House official said.
The mainstream media will never fairly or fully explain the Republicans' position on their own, but if President Trump starts talking and tweeting about it, they'll have to.
After a wild, freewheeling televised exchange about immigration policy yesterday featuring President Donald Trump playing umpire between members of Congress from both sides of the aisle, a federal judge in California issued an order saying DACA should continue nationwide. Every week, hundreds of DACA recipients are losing their status as the program winds down.
Trump said in September he was scrapping the DACA program but delayed enforcement to give Congress six months - until March - to craft a lasting solution. "We need the wall for safety".
White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders called the decision "outrageous" and insisted that Congress must ultimately decide the fate of the DACA program.
But Heitkamp, who was not in Thursday's meeting, said she didn't believe Trump's comments "blew up" the negotiations.
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While cruder and blunter than his past public statements, the president's comments were in keeping with his long-standing position that the US should shift its immigration policy away from poorer, developing countries, and instead focus on carefully selecting educated immigrants, especially from Europe, who can already speak English and have professional or technical skills needed in the U.S.
Outside the West Wing after Tuesday's meeting Durbin told reporters, "My head is spinning with all the things that were said by the president and others in that room". "Without the wall, it doesn't work", the President said while taking questions at a joint news conference with the Prime Minister of Norway. "He's said openly he wants to provide DACA relief, he said that as Homeland Security secretary".
"The Democrats have been told, and fully understand, that there can be no DACA without the desperately needed WALL at the Southern Border and an END to the disgusting Chain Migration & ridiculous Lottery System of Immigration etc". Alsup's ruling puts a temporary stop to that, and we're glad to see the federal courts taking a stand.
Now it's up to the president, the speaker of the House and every important Republican in Washington to explain to the public why it's so important for DACA and border security to be done together.
"Does anybody really want to throw out good, educated and accomplished young people who have jobs, some serving in the military?"