Trump stands firm on immigration policy, sees it as a winner

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The President did not specifically endorse compromise legislation crafted by Republicans in the House or spend much time laying out his directives on what he needs to end his self-created crisis of family separation at the U.S. -Mexico border.

A day later she defended her boss, saying Trump was "rightly frustrated that existing loopholes and the lack of congressional action have prevented this administration from fully securing the border".

Still, Trump, a voracious watcher of cable news who is especially attuned to the power of images, appeared to acknowledge later Tuesday that the optics could be doing damage. Of the 12,000 children, 10,000 are being sent by their parents on a very risky trip, and only 2000 are with their parents, many of whom have tried to enter our Country illegally on numerous occasions.

When Kelly moved to the White House as Trump's chief of staff in July 2017, Nielsen went with him as his deputy.

The children are classified as unaccompanied minors, a legal term generally used for children who cross the border alone and have a possible sponsor in the USA willing to care for them. However, Stephen Miller, Trump's senior policy adviser, liked the idea and never gave up on getting it into practice.

Instead, he is using it to try to deter immigrants from coming to America and as leverage to pressure Congress to build his proposed wall along the U.S. -Mexico border. Catch and release is the unofficial name of a protocol that has been followed by immigration enforcement agencies Fact: This protocol came about during the George W. Bush administration at a time when US immigration officials simply did not have sufficient facilities (and the funding to operate them) to detain all the people they discovered in apparent violation of immigration laws and process them for deportation. "Not going to happen in the U.S".

And yes, the "catch and release" protocol was being used during the Obama administration.

ICE said it "will make every effort to reunite the child with the parent" once the parent's case has been adjudicated. None of them have passed.

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The president huddled with House Republicans Tuesday afternoon. Government's "zero tolerance" policy That is what Jeff Sessions called the new government policy in April this year. And keep in mind the big switch came about after Trump policies on keeping terrorists out of the U.S.by banning travel from Muslim-majority countries sort of fell by the wayside. As Vox reports, that included about two weeks when the zero-tolerance policy was not in full effect. Any minors accompanying them are to be taken away.

US President Donald Trump told a group of House Republicans he would back any immigration bill they pass, a White House spokesman said. "I have her number".

"The situation at our Southwest Border is unacceptable". So now we have almost 2,000 children, including little babies, in holding pens.

One of the bills offers an eventual pathway to citizenship for the approximately 1.8 million undocumented immigrants brought here as children, and House Republicans are trying to hammer out legislative language to end Trump's current policy of separating families. Children can't be jailed with their parents.

"Mrs. Trump hates to see children separated from their families and hopes both sides of the aisle can finally come together to achieve successful immigration reform", said her communications director, Stephanie Grisham. John Rowe, Exelon Chairman Emeritus, a coalition leader and a GOP donor and fundraiser said in a statement, "Playing politics with the lives of immigrant children, both Dreamers and children at the border is immoral, cruel and does not fix our broken immigration system".

For example, The Migration Policy Institute has a webpage that shows a timeline of all major immigration laws in the United States, dating from the very first one in 1790 to the present. "I'm committed to finding a solution that preserves the respect for the rule of law and secures our borders while being compassionate to these young children".

Later on Tuesday, after the Trumping meeting with the GOP House members, The Republican Main Street Caucus, chaired by Rep. Rodney Davis said in a statement, "Since the beginning of this debate, Main Street members have been committed to finding a permanent solution for DACA recipients and adequate funding for border security that will prevent unsafe drugs, illegal guns, and criminals from flowing through our country".

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