But Trump refuted those claims in a series of tweets, saying, "No deal was made last night on DACA". Charles Schumer, the top Democrats in the House and Senate, respectively, announced there was a deal on DACA.
It allowed Garcia, whose parents illegally spirited her to America from Acapulco, Mexico when she was 1, the opportunity to obtain temporary protected status, safeguarding her from deportation while paving the way for her to get a driver's license, a Social Security numberer and legal work status.
SIMON: Well, I think I'm hopeful that ultimately we can reach an agreement to make sure that those 800,000 hardworking young people who have been here a very long time and who are essentially Americans except on paper, as President Obama said, will be able to stay.
The deal also includes funding for some border security enhancements. While the Trump administration turns its eyes to funding a wall along the southern border, rescinding DACA has been touted as a legislative win in the wake of brutal defeats on the repeal of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and the original draft of the administration's travel ban. And in my other classes, it just went unspoken Theres a lack of voice for DACA recipients, [because] for all we know we have a DACA recipient sitting in class, and hes having a breakdown or trying to figure out his future, and theres no one speaking about it.
"They came to the United States as children".
GONZALES: And so by that, she means that they don't want a deal that would, let's say, implement the E-Verify system, which requires employers to check the legal status of people they hire. He added, "I think we're going to rock it in terms of GDP".
An attorney for the Trump administration argued that they needed to institute a deadline to stave off a lawsuit from a number of Republican attorneys general around the country.
"We're working on a plan for DACA; people want to see that happen", said Trump. "I just feel like they can't cancel (DACA) because I just don't know what I would do", she said. Yes, that's a possible scenario, one among many that to me all lead back to my previous paragraph. And fixing our immigration system is a discussion definitely worth having.But if that discussion isn't based on the truth, on actual facts and not just things we hear on talk radio or cable news shows, it's not going to get us anywhere.If you oppose letting Dreamers stay in the USA, that's fine.
But Iowa GOP Rep. Steve King apparently wasn't convinced, telling CNN before Trump spoke that the president seems more interested in keeping Hillary Clinton's campaign promises than his own.