The DACA bill is sans any deal, succeeding a bipartisan category of six lawmakers convened at the White House last week to showcase their plan. He denied making the "sh-hole countries" remark and said he is not a racist.
"One of the great things about being president is that you can say whatever you want", Undersecretary of State Steven Goldstein said in an interview. They don't want security at the border, there are people pouring in.
That message was a distinct counterpoint to words attributed to Mr. Trump by Durbin and others at a meeting last week, when the question of where immigrants come from seemed at the forefront of Trump's concerns. Rather than say "shithole" or "shithouse", he referred to African or El Salvadoran immigrants coming into the U.S. as hailing from "undesirable countries". The president and all those attending the meeting know what I said and how I feel.
Trump last week rejected a bipartisan proposal offered him by three Republican and three Democratic senators to extend the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program to protect the young immigrants from deportation.
Mr Trump's staunchest supporters consider any route to citizenship for the Dreamers to be an amnesty for lawbreakers. "No more Lotteries! #AMERICA FIRST".
According to a statement by USCIS, only the individuals who were previously granted deferred action under DACA may request renewal.
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Think about it this way: Let's say Trump had the same meeting with the same group of politicians.
"I think a clean DACA bill, to me, is a DACA bill, but we take care of the 800,000 people, but I think, to me, a clean bill is a bill of DACA, we take care of them, and we also take care of security", Trump said, reported Vox.
Conservative Republicans are already beginning to cast blame on Democrats for any potential shutdown. Sen.
Mr. Trump has not clarified to aides what he said. Cotton said Sunday on CBS' "Face the Nation" that he "didn't hear" the vulgar word used.
The reverberations kept coming Monday.
McAuliffe said he believes Trump wants a deal, but is being advised by White House policy aide and immigration hardliner Stephen Miller to demand restrictions on the immigration system and funding for the border wall.
Perhaps Durbin was trying to stir the pot along the lines of then-Vice President Joe Biden's widely condemned 2012 campaign trail remark to black Americans that Republicans were going to "put y'all back in chains" with their economic policies.
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He also alleged that the government stalled the project of an oil refinery for four years and misled the people of the state. Railway lines were announced just to claim short-term popularity with projects that never ever seeing the light, he charged.
Accounts suggest that when Trump was told that the largest groups of immigrants with that status were from El Salvador, Honduras and Haiti, the President responded: "Haitians?"
Trump's people televised the meeting to showcase Trump's competence and mental agility in order to throw water on yellow journalist Richard Wolff's claims he is unfit to be president.
Worldwide reaction to Trump's comments was strong, and USA diplomats in Haiti and other nations have been called to host government offices to hear the complaints directly. Worshippers stood and applauded as Watson spoke.
A person familiar with the meeting said Durbin and South Carolina GOP Sen.
A confidant of Mr. Trump told The Associated Press that the president spent Thursday evening calling friends and outside advisers to judge their reaction to his remarks. "And I'm telling you it's a gross misrepresentation", Perdue said on ABC's "This Week".
House Republicans kick off hearings on re-instituting earmarks this week after banning them when they took control of the House in 2011.
Durbin, the only Democrat at the meeting, confirmed the comments.
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The White House has not denied that Trump said "s--hole" though Trump has already pushed back on some depictions of the meeting. The comments about Africa are thought to have been made during a briefing on a newly drafted bipartisan immigration deal.