Sunday, April 1, 2018

Trump says there will be no agreement to welcome young migrants

President Donald Trump said on his Twitter profile on Sunday that there will be no agreement on legalizing the status of young immigrants known as "dreamers." He also said that the US-Mexico border is becoming more dangerous.
After posting a "Happy Easter" message on the social media platform, Trump followed with: "Border Patrol agents are not allowed to do the job properly at the border because of ridiculous liberal (Democrats) laws like Catch & Release (pick up and drop). Getting more dangerous. 'Caravans' are coming. Republicans must go to the Nuclear Option to pass harsh laws now. Dhaka agreement no more. "
The Daca (Deferred Action for Child Arrivals) is the program created in 2012 by former Democrat President Barack Obama that Trump recently tried to rescind. Designed for individuals brought to the United States as children by parents who were undocumented immigrants, the program protected individuals from deportation and gave them work permits.
Trump spends the Easter holiday in Palm Beach, Fla., At his Mar-a-Lago resort. He told reporters on their way to the Easter Mass that "Mexico needs to help us on the border."
Trump said he was open to negotiating an agreement with congressional Democrats who want to protect the program in exchange for funding to build a border wall between the US and Mexico, a frequent campaign promise. He insisted during the presidential campaign that Mexico would pay for the wall.
Although Trump threatened a veto last month from a collective spending account because he did not address the fate of the "dreamers" and did not fully fund his border wall, he signed the bill.
This Sunday, he continued to post on Twitter that Mexico would be doing "very little if not nothing," to prevent the flow of people across the southern border.
"They laugh at our dumb immigration laws. They should stop the large flows of drugs and people or I'll stop their money supply, Naphtha. We need a wall. "

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