He complains that he doesn't want his tax money going toward people who are here illegally and who he doesn't want in the U.S.in the first place.
"These are intelligent, capable young people", Middlehof said.
"As I've said before, we will resolve the DACA issue with heart and compassion - but through the lawful Democratic process - while at the same time ensuring that any immigration reform we adopt provides enduring benefits for the American citizens we were elected to serve".
"That's an important position because we can not make a 2,200 mile (3,540 km) wall a condition for passing the Dream Act and we've been very clear from the start", said Senator Dick Durbin, a senior Democrat who has been working for the past 16 years to legislate protections for the Dreamers. Under the program, people are eligible to apply for DACA status if they illegally entered the USA under the age of 16 with their parents. He had to know that the next president could undo the order should he choose to do so. A person is able to become a Dreamer if they were under 31 years of age on June 15, 2012, came to the US before turning the age of 16 and have constantly lived in the USA since June 15, 2007. Getting rid of DACA is another attempt to "make America white again".
Trump's plan to end DACA carries with it the same rhetoric he's used since the day he announced his campaign, and it's unsurprising that this president would take these steps.
"You can not say anymore that the United States is going to pay for the wall", Trump told Nieto.
The bill would apply to undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. when they were under the age of 18, who have lived continuously in the United States for four years prior to the bill being passed, who have no serious criminal record other than immigration violations and have earned a high school diploma or equivalent or are enrolled in school. "Rescission of work authorization will threaten DACA grantees' ability to support themselves and their families, and the forced separation of ME families that will result from DACA's rescission will further jeopardize the health and well-being of ME residents". Adding to the confusion, Trump further emphasized that DACA recipients have "nothing to worry about", at least for six months. Today, these young Americans are the result of that dream.
I've talked with DREAMers who live in El Paso and who have been protesting against the removal of DACA.
Ortiz said it was important for ISU students to show their support, even if they are not directly affected by DACA.
Ohio's U.S. Senators have both said they want to find a way to allow DACA recipients to stay in the U.S.
Aren't these the immigrants that every country in the world would want? So we're working on a plan, we'll see how it works out. "Unfortunately, all of us were busy, but I still wanted to have one". I just spoke with Paul Ryan. We were told to vote and to encourage others to vote, but we kept taking Trump and his supporters as a joke.
As news circulated that President Trump is nearing a deal with Democratic leaders to protect DREAMers from deportation on Thursday morning, Trump wondered how anybody could've ever supported deporting hundreds of thousands of people who were brought to the country as children and are nearly all working or in school.