Rep. Steve King On DACA And Immigration

Steve King blasts Trump on immigration in series of tweets

Rep. Steve King On DACA And Immigration

Mr. Castro, thanks so much for being with us.

"I want to thank everybody", Trump told first responders and other officials at Southwest Florida International Airport. Then you have a GOP backlash and conditions that are placed on the deal. The program provided a legal status for recipients, including participation in Social Security, for almost 800,000 immigrants who were brought to the United States illegally as children. "It's hard to know what's going to happen". But the meeting was a positive sign. "We really stand, as a Catholic Church and Catholic universities, together on this", she said, adding: "We are standing with these students and we will do everything we can to see that their futures are secure".

"I'm hoping that this is a moment where we are forced to finally do something", Sen.

"I'm unsure what my future looks like without DACA", said Mr. Quiroz, who lives in San Francisco.

The period of deferred action was initially for two years, but that period was extended to three years by a second Homeland Security memorandum on November 14, 2014. "They basically need you to's like an eye-opener for me. We're not going to get excited". The bill passed the Senate with a 68 percent, bipartisan vote.

CASTRO: Yeah, I'm concerned. Shumate defended the decision to "wind down" DACA - a move he called "imminently reasonable" and an "exercise of prosecutorial discretion".

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To say nothing of disparaging an American judge of Mexican heritage, creating the Victims of Immigrant Crime Engagement Office, in order to aggregate statistics on crimes committed by immigrants (and thus to give them more publicity than crimes committed by others), his notorious and ill-conceived wall, and pardoning former Maricopa County, Ariz., Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who ran what he called a "concentration camp" for undocumented immigrants.

SIMON: Should they have amnesty? "The problem is not just about one group of people and if we can build a solid coalition amongst all of our groups we will be more powerful in passing legislation". The humane option is to support their amnesty, under the context of never letting this tragedy happen again with illegal immigration. This would not be that.

"It wasn't until I was 12 years old that I realized I wasn't a USA citizen", Al-Michael said. They could participate in the Social Security and Medicare programs, as well as receive federal tax benefits such as the earned income tax credit. Otherwise, it will be impossible for them to separate logic from emotions long enough to understand that all the Trump administration is doing is returning America to the rule of law, rather than allowing the law to be ruled by emotions.

SIMON: Let me ask this finally, Mr. Castro - the night that President Trump and Senator Schumer and Representative Pelosi were reportedly having Chinese food at the White House, you were at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute. But if we had to have a president in the usual promise-making, promise-breaking tradition, we would have preferred one sans all the managerial incompetence and wild infantile blustering. "The executive doesn't get to make those decisions". "We deserve a pathway to citizenship".

She said the DACA students on campus are obviously anxious, but they also are resilient and pushing forward, and she urged them to continue that spirit and to "hunker down and focus on their academic progress".

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