Tuesday, 23 January, 2018

Trump calls court system 'broken' over DACA ruling

House majority leader Kevin Mc Carthy, a California Republican seemed alarmed by President Trump’s agreement with Senator Dianne Feinstein a California Democrat on a DACA bill that protects the dreamers with no other conditions Trump calls court system 'broken' over DACA ruling
Melinda Barton | 14 January, 2018, 13:24

The president and Congress are attempting to reach a deal as part of a federal spending bill that congressional leaders must pass by Friday to avoid a government shutdown.

It also incorporates several immigration enforcement measures long advocated by immigration hawks, including penalties for sanctuary cities and foreign nationals who overstay their visas.

The program, known by its initials DACA, protects from deportation between 700,000 and 800,000 young people illegally brought to the United States as children.

The bill, though, does not include numerous attributes desired by vocal dreamer activists. "Any solution has to include the wall because without the wall it doesn't work", the president said at a joint White House news conference with Norwegian Prime Minister Erna Solberg.

On the other hand, the White House qualified yesterday as shameful the decision of a federal judge to block the decree of Trump to eliminate the DACA.

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.

"So, I see this as a thing to celebrate", he said. But they will continue to lobby their legislators as they have over the previous year. "Everybody wants to get to a solution", said Sen. "But for myself and other undocumented youth it isn't going to be a passive wait".

CASSIDY: It is about border security.

Alsup did not rule on the merits of the legal challenge, but issued the injunction after concluding that the plaintiffs were likely to prevail on their claim that the decision to rescind DACA was arbitrary, capricious, an abuse of discretion or otherwise not in accordance with law, and that DACA recipients would suffer "serious irreparable harm" if the program were allowed to expire before litigation over the administration's decision is resolved.

Washington- A group of US Republican lawmakers has unveiled the details of an immigration bill that has the support of President Donald Trump.

Trump killed the order previous year and gave Congress until March to find a permanent solution.

The status of DACA beneficiaries has been in limbo since Obama left office. "I'd hate to kick the can down the road just because of this court ruling". This followed suggestions the previous day that he could be willing to sign a DACA deal presented by Congress without including funding for the wall.

Lottery distributes up to 50,000 for visas annually to people from countries that send few immigrants to the U.S. It is a major entry way for people from African nations.

"What was really tough was the outlandish proposal made", Trump tweeted.

According to a summary of the proposals given to the press, the level of immigration would be reduced by 25 per cent in total.