What led to Pres. Trump's decision to end DACA " I was excited, it's a good step forward, but at the same time if DACA continues it isn't a permanent solution for the Dreamers; at the same time the government can appeal it and get an emergency stay.
Democrats are demanding protection for undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S.as children, known as "dreamers", as part of a spending bill to keep the federal government open after current funding ends January 19.
"An issue of this magnitude must go through the normal legislative process", White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said in a statement.
The details of the deal - which was agreed upon by Sens.
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On Wednesday, the White House also released a corrected transcript with Trump's answer: "I would like to do that".
Lawyers in favor of DACA clearly demonstrated that the young immigrants "were likely to suffer serious, irreparable harm" without court action, said Alsup, who added that the lawyers have a strong chance of succeeding at trial.
President Trump has already said he'll be willing to take the political hit to get an immigration reform deal done.
Alsup said DACA must be resurrected while the legal challenge to it proceeds.Earlier, Trump had taken command of the White House meeting to coax Republican and Democratic lawmakers toward a compromise on the fate of Dreamers. Democrats are under pressure to make a DACA fix part of the spending bill, while Republican leaders want it to instead be a stand-alone package. He also called for ending the diversity visa lottery, a State Department program that gives residents of nations with few migrants coming to the USA a chance for a green card, and for ending family-based migration (called "chain migration" by its opponents) that allows extended family members of immigrants already in the us legally to come to the U.S.as well. However, he gave Congress until March 5 to muster an alternative program.
"There are a lot of us on the border who understand the border very well", he said.
Deferred Action for Parents of Americans program was meant to keep the immigrant parents safe from deportation and provide them with a renewable work permit good for two years, but it was blocked by a federal judge after 26 states filed suit against the federal government and challenged the effort's legality.