Trump Says Won't Sign Immigration Bill Without Funding for Border Wall

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The judge did not rule on the merits of the case but said the plaintiffs would suffer irreparable harm if the Trump administration ended DACA before the legal dispute is resolved.

"The President's comments damaged us greatly".

When the publication inquired about the missing words, a White House official reportedly said that "any omission from the transcript was unintentional and that the context of the conversation was clear". Kelly will not attend every meeting but he is now responsible for getting a deal done.

One White House official, Marc Short, said Trump has not approved the plan.

Though Congress has until March to reach a deal, legislators on both sides of the aisle say they're "very close" to submitting a final draft, and may propose a floor vote by next week. This week the administration provided lawmakers with a DHS document with more information about each of its priorities.

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer doesn't want to link DACA protections with a border wall.

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Major differences remain on immigration. The bill wouldn't fund Trump's border wall, but it would kick off what Hurd calls "a foundation for these discussions".

President Trump speaks during news conference with Prime Minister Erna Solberg of Norway in the East Room at the White House Wednesday. "We need permanent legislation". Let Congress decide which projects it wants to defund to build the wall, when/if we actually have an infrastructure bill.

President Donald Trump's tweets were once again used against him in court, after a federal judge in California on Tuesday blocked his administration from phasing out the Obama-era program shielding young unauthorized immigrants from deportation.

For that, he has his critics.

Tonight's court ruling on #DACA affirms that no one is above the law! While Trump said throughout his campaign that Mexico would pay for the border wall, he's been seeking money from Congress. "He's a fine and admirable general ... but we flat disagree on this".

The Republican-run House needs only a majority. He also attended a meeting with a dozen senators December 19 on Capitol Hill. "Hopefully they'll eventually come together", Thune said. "It doesn't seem right to not know if we are going to fulfill our dream or not", said Darian. "And I think they need to listen to those voices.You have to have people from the border to address the border". Without a DACA legislative solution, the country stands to lose $433.1 billion in economic growth nationally, IL stands to lose $2.3 billion in GDP, and employers nationwide will lose $6.3 billion in employee turnover costs nationwide.