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Dreamers' deal is dead, says Trump

06 April 2018

Many of them stay in Mexico since they know they don't qualify as refugees and they are afraid to be turned back by American border officials. Maybe he'll make Mexico pay for the gas. "We have to create the strongest opposition possible if we're to stand a chance of preventing further wall and levee border wall construction", said Jackelin Treviño, member of the Lower Rio Grande Valley Sierra Club. They've previously criticized his immigration stance but have backed many of his other policies. The President said Mexico must act, and stop the flow of drugs and people. But since then, courts have blocked the decision. Such proposals are likely to face opposition from moderate Republicans and Democrats going into the midterm elections. After these tweets, Trump seems like he is not going to support a negotiation anymore.

Dick Durbin, the No. 2 Senate Democrat, said in a telephone interview: "After the experience of giving this president six different bipartisan options and having him reject them all ..."

It was not immediately clear what Trump was referring to when he said people are coming to take advantage of the program.

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The administration had proposed a somewhat scaled-down version of its wish list in a framework for a deal to preserve DACA, a programme that protects young undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children, which Trump is trying to end.

And in 2014, as a surge of unaccompanied minors from Central America crossed into the United States, Texas Gov. Rick Perry announced the activation of up to 1,000 National Guard troops to help secure the southern border.

He also threatened to kill the North American Free Trade Agreement, which is now being renegotiated with Mexico and Canada.

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Trump's electoral promise to build a "big, attractive Wall" along the southern USA border ran into a roadblock last month, when a $1.3 trillion omnibus spending bill allocated only $1.6 billion towards repairing existing border fences. This is not the first time. In the town of Ixtepec, more than 1,500 men, women and children from Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala waited in a sweltering warehouse on Saturday, mattresses rolled and bags packed, as local authorities and immigration officials from Mexico's federal government organised 15 buses to take them to their next stop on the long journey north.

"I will continue to say I'm undocumented, unafraid and unapologetic. There's no way you can end it twice", Gonzalez said.

On the holiest day of the Christian calendar, President Trump threw the lives of hundreds of thousands of people brought to this country as children, who contribute to their communities and country and whom he promised to protect, in deepest disarray. Speaking at a lunch with Baltic leaders, Trump said he'd already discussed the idea with Defense Secretary Jim Mattis.

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Dreamers' deal is dead, says Trump