Federal judge puts temporary block on Trump's decision to end DACA


Trump had indicated on Tuesday during a bipartisan meeting with lawmakers at the White House that he would sign just about any immigration deal that they put on his desk. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., told reporters on Capitol Hill. We are at a deal. "The issue now is going to be - if this court ruling stands up, if it's not appealed - it'll be for DACA going forward". And just a reminder - DACA stands for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.

Trump made the remarks when Democratic Senator Dick Durbin and Republican Senator Lindsey Graham briefed him on the newly drafted, bipartisan immigration bill, according to two sources who asked not to be identified.

The moment that President Donald Trump agreed with Sen. And as NPR congressional correspondent Scott Detrow reports, there's also the hard work of selling a bill to the lawmakers who will need to vote on it. When he got to Haiti, Trump asked why the United States wants more people from Haiti and African countries. "We are now working to build support for that deal in Congress". Among them are Kate's Law, which enhances penalties for illegal immigrants who re-enter the country after being deported, and mandatory use of e-Verify, an electronic employment authorization system. After that, priorities change.

The President hopes to advance towards legislation that ensures border security, ends chain migration, does away with the visa lottery programme and tackles the DACA issue in a responsible manner, she added.

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Republicans like Pennsylvania Congressman Lou Barletta on the other. "We need permanent legislation". Privately, aides to GOP leaders say the bill would not be able to pass in the House.

Prospects for a Democratic takeover of the House have improved in recent weeks thanks to several high-profile Republicans retiring at the end of this term. Some want big reductions in legal immigration, too.

The supporters of the bill, who include Bob Goodlatte and Puerto Rico's Raul Labrador, unveiled it at a press conference on Wednesday. "We're going to address sanctuary cities and Kate's Law".

Trump allowed media to cover the one-hour brainstorming session, at which Trump said he was open to "comprehensive" immigration reform at a later date. Alongside it was a document outlining a "vision" for Trump's border wall: 700 miles, at a cost of $18 billion. For now, compromising on DACA remains part of a deal Trump would like to make with Democrats.

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White House spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders said the judge's decision was "outrageous" and any decision on the program should be left to Congress. "Never said "take them out".

DETROW: Abrar is waiting to see the final details.

"We're seeing business owners who have been here for 20 years having to be sent back to countries that they don't know", says Gomez.

The agreement among senators came as more than 100 corporate CEOs urged Congress to "act immediately and pass a permanent bipartisan legislative solution to enable Dreamers who are now living, working, and contributing to our communities to continue doing so".

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