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16 Setiembre 2017, 09:22 | Bibiana Flor
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Sen. John Thune of South Dakota, the third-ranking Republican in the Senate, told Bloomberg that he's open "in principle" to the deal described by Democratic leaders and Trump.
Although President Donald Trump is working on a deal with Democrats, the fate of about 800,000 illegal immigrants who were brought to the U.S.as children remains unclear. Backtracking would be considered a betrayal, he warned.
In the evening, the President and First Lady Melanie Trump will host the White House Historical Association reception and dinner.
"Mostly it's emotional support", Middlehof said, "because of the uncertainty".
The White House showed signs of unease over the political consequences.
Mr Trump, in a series of early morning tweets, disputed the characterisation of a private White House dinner on Wednesday night by his guests, Senator Chuck Schumer of NY and Representative Nancy Pelosi of California, the top Democrats on Capitol Hill.
"I think everyone who voted for him knew his personality was grotesque, it was the issues", she told The Daily Caller in May. He didn't want to appear on camera, but supporters were clear in their convictions. The bill passed 233-175, with 11 Democrats joining Republicans to pass it and just one Republican voting against it.
Others demanded a "clean Dream Act", noting that people living near the border were already subjected to harsh law enforcement. He applauded Trump for pressing forward. "If I don't get the wall, then we will become the obstructionists", he said. "I don't fault the president at all for this".
Both sides agreed that the wall would not be part of this deal, they said, but noted that Trump said he will pursue it in the future.
"Ultimately we have to have a wall", Trump said.
The House's foremost immigration hard-liner, Steve King of Iowa, addressed Mr Trump over Twitter, writing that if the reports were true, "Trump base is blown up, destroyed, irreparable, and disillusioned beyond fix".
"He wants to get things going and you see that some of these things have to be bipartisan", Collins said. "And when people come in, they have to come in legally".
King added he believed Trump's accomplishments in these areas could also make the Republican majorities in the House and Senate vulnerable to Democratic takeover.
"Nothing short of a physical wall will suffice", Biggs said in a statement. They don't have legal status, but temporary protection from deportation and permission to legally work.
I speak as the son of two parents who were born in Mexico and who were not able to receive a college education.
Early in the morning, the president basically said that Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi were right - we discussed an agreement on DACA that did not involve the wall.
"I can not believe President Trump would ever agree to such an obvious bad deal", Kobach said.
By the time Mr. Trump spoke to reporters for the fourth time, he was back to criticizing the Democrats about the wall. Particularly, GOP leaders who will be instrumental in getting such a deal through Congress. "Who's fighting for them?" said Barletta, who is hoping to capitalize on the anti-illegal immigration sentiment that allowed Trump to win the state. Lindsey Graham of SC told Fox News that such a deal "makes plenty of sense", while Sen.
A week ago Tuesday, the same day that thousands of Maryland children experienced the excitement and optimism that marks the start of a new school year, other young people experienced betrayal and fear resulting from the Trump administration's decision to end DACA. "There isn't an agreement".
Breitbart News, which is run by former White House chief strategist Stephen Bannon, slammed the president in a headline as "Amnesty Don".
"We will not cower in the face of this brutal violence", Ryan said in a statement.
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Steve King (R-IA) tweeted that if the news is true, "Trump base is blown up, destroyed, irreparable and disillusioned beyond fix . Prominent members of his base were also divided over what possible amnesty would look like under the Trump administration.
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