White House: No DACA Deal Unless Congress Closes Immigration Loopholes

Friday, 06 Apr, 2018

In a fiery Sunday morning tweet, sent an hour after he wished Americans a "HAPPY EASTER", Trump vowed, "NO MORE DACA DEAL".

However, the President is blaming Democrats for not wanting to help the so-called "dreamers".

It is not clear if these tweets will have a significant impact on the foreign policy.

President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that the U.S. -Mexico border will be guarded with American troops. They must stop them at their Northern Border, which they can do because their border laws work, not allow them to pass through into our country, which has no effective border laws. Must pass tough laws and build the WALL. Specifically, Trump referenced the so-called "Migrant Caravan" of 1,200 Central American refugees now making its way north through Mexico, with a view toward arriving en masse at the USA border. But she said the president's attacks on Mexico and threats about ending NAFTA are not helpful.

Even so, DACA has specific qualifications for candidates. "But we will be doing things with Mexico, and they have to do it". He then said within Twitter's 280-character limit that it was the Democrats' fault because they "didn't care, or act, and now everyone wants to get on the DACA bandwagon".

It's unclear what Trump means by "nuclear option". They must stop the big drug and people flows, or I will stop their cash cow, NAFTA.

Yet Trump himself past year terminated the DACA program begun by predecessor Barack Obama, and in the months since has rejected various congressional proposals to re-create it. The first hearing before the Supreme Court wouldn't come until October, and a decision would not happen before the spring or early summer of 2019. Such proposals are likely to face opposition from moderate Republicans and Democrats going into the midterm elections.

But if they say they fear targeted violence or persecution in their home countries, they can begin the long process of petitioning for asylum in immigration court.

"A lot of people are coming in because they want to take advantage of DACA", he added.

In September, the Trump administration announced it was ending the DACA program, which offered protection from deportation to people brought to the USA illegally as children, now known as Dreamers.

Trump made building a border wall - and making Mexico pay for it - one of his top campaign pledges when he ran for president in 2016.

Nielsen on Monday discussed the issue of the caravan with her Mexican counterparts, according to a tweet from Mexican Secretary Alfonso Navarrete that DHS confirmed occurred. People say that this practice gives way for the immigrants to skip their hearing and continue to live undetected in the country. "There's no way you can end it twice", Gonzalez said.

Trump has zeroed in on a program that shields certain undocumented young people from deportation and Mexico's handling of security at the border. "We will do banner jobs, we will go to our congressmen and tell them that we do need a DREAM Act and we need it now".