Some bipartisan senators say they've reached "agreement in principle" on immigration

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Bishop Vasquez said the bishops "stand ready to work" with Trump and Congress "in the coming days to help fashion a just solution that meets their needs, ensures our nation's safety and security, and sets the stage for the larger debate on immigration reform that is so urgently and desperately needed".

On Twitter, the president later clarified that he does consider DACA and border wall funding to be tied together.

Her glimmer of hope was reignited following an announcement by a California judge to temporarily block the Trump administration's decision to end the DACA program.

"An issue of this magnitude must go through the normal legislative process", White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement Wednesday. "And right now, it's not clear what the next steps are going to be".

Despite slim chances of garnering more than a few Democratic supporters, the bill could serve as a starting point for negotiating a DACA replacement.

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The Trump administration had announced plans in September to phase out DACA, which protects undocumented immigrants who arrived in the United States as children, spawning numerous lawsuits.

ROSE: The Department of Justice says it will vigorously defend its decision to end DACA. "That's not a legitimate basis for ending the program". And that's when he made that comment using the expletive.

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But Lozano isn't the only one fighting to keep DACA.

"We are going to take a strong look at our country's libel laws, so that when somebody says something that is false and defamatory about someone, that person will have meaningful recourse in our courts", Mr Trump said to reporters as he attended a cabinet meeting. "There would be another lawsuit, but that would then be a hard lawsuit to win".

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Rep. Mario Díaz-Balart, a Florida Republican working on an immigration deal, described Kelly, who he got to know as command of Southern Command, based in Florida, described him as a person of "unparalleled integrity and courage". Since the program began phasing out in the fall, those whose protections expired had been unable to renew.

"It does not open the doorway now for new applications", he said.

Democrats are nearly certain to balk the GOP bill, especially because it does not offer a path to legal permanent residence or citizenship for DACA recipients.

Sen. Dick Durbin (D-Illinois) was in the meeting with President Trump Thursday and he claims everything the president reportedly said actually happened.

Though Congress has until March to reach a deal, legislators on both sides of the aisle say they're "very close" to submitting a final draft, and may propose a floor vote by next week.

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Unless his order is overturned by a higher court, Daca recipients will now be eligible to submit renewal applications and the government will be required to "post reasonable public notice" that the programme is once again active.

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