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Monday, July 24, 2017

Trump won’t support new plan to save ‘Dreamers’ from deportation

WASHINGTON =The White House signaled on Wednesday that President Donald Trump will not support a new bipartisan plan to protect young undocumented immigrants — so-called “Dreamers” — from being placed back in line for deportation.

A White House official told McClatchy that Trump would not sign a new DREAM Act being crafted by a bipartisan team led by Sens. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C. and Dick Durbin, D-Ill. Another official, legislative affairs director Marc Short, also said the administration will likely oppose the Dream Act as it has in the past.

“It’s enforcement first. Then we can get to all these other things,” said the first White House official, who would not speak publicly because of the sensitivity of the discussions.



Anonymous said...

Good. Stay the course sir!

Anonymous said...

Good !! Illegal is illegal.

Anonymous said...

Dreamers? How 'bout criminal illegals?

Anonymous said...

Start with their leader, the illegal from Indonesia Barry Sonora aka obama.

Anonymous said...

There are approximately 3.7 million unlawful immigrant households in the U.S. These households impose a net fiscal burden of around $54.5 billion per year.

Amnesty for unlawful immigrants can pose large fiscal costs for U.S. taxpayers including public education, welfare benefits, and other benefits and services.

Policymakers must ensure that the interaction of welfare and other financial transfer programs with immigration does not expand the fiscally dependent population.

Anonymous said...