Program to protect 'Dreamers' is 'probably dead'

Trump tweets DACA 'probably dead'

Trump: Program to protect 'Dreamers' is 'probably dead'

He made the remarks two days after meeting at the White House with a bipartisan group of Democratic and Republican senators who said they had reached an agreement in principle that would offer a path to citizenship for more than a million Dreamers.

In another tweet Sunday, Trump wrote: "I, as President, want people coming into our Country who are going to help us become strong and great again, people coming in through a system based on MERIT".

Nielsen said that Trump is simply advocating a merit-based immigration system, similar to those in Canada and Australia.

While Democrats have expressed openness to a deal that would combine legal status for "dreamers", as the group of young immigrants brought illegally as children are known, with funding for border security measures, Republicans have tried to broaden the talks.

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A Wall Street Journal report quoting Trump saying he had a good relationship with the North Korean leader also came under attack by the president in a Sunday morning tweet.

The deal hit a snag after reports Thursday that told lawmakers at a meeting on immigration at the that the US didn't need more immigrants from "sh-hole countries" like Haiti, El Salvador and several African countries.

But Heitkamp, who was not in Thursday's meeting, said she didn't believe Trump's comments "blew up" the negotiations.

The sole Democratic participant in the Oval Office meeting, Senate Minority Whip Richard J. Durbin of IL, told reporters Friday that Trump had used the vulgar word "not just once but repeatedly" during the meeting.

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A confidant of Trump's told The Associated Press that the president spent Thursday evening calling friends and outside advisers to judge their reaction on his inflammatory remarks.

On Tuesday, however, a federal judge ordered the government to keep DACA going pending resolution of court challenges to the president's decision.

"I still think that he should apologize", she said on CNN's "State of the Union". He called the new stories a "gross misrepresentation".

Republican Sens. Tom Cotton of Arkansas and David Perdue of Georgia, who were also in the meeting and have been close allies to the President on the issue of immigration, said in a statement that they didn't recall Trump making the derogatory comments, "but what he did call out was the imbalance in our current immigration system, which does not protect American workers and our national interest". "But what we have to do is not let that define this moment", said Republican Senator Cory Gardner on CBS's "Face the Nation" program.

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"We said it from the very beginning: Donald Trump and this administration did not follow the rules in trying to abandon the DACA program". She said that the bipartisan proposal rejected by Trump did not address core security issues facing her department and that Trump's administration was not interested in "half measures".

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