On DACA: Choosing to believe president, or his actions

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The Trump administration has maintained that DACA itself was unconstitutional.

Thousands of protesters descended on Columbus Circle Saturday to denounce President Trump's decision to end DACA. Shelley Moore Capito said when it comes to addressing those directly affected by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Congress should put forward a solution that also includes provisions regarding border security.

Despite Trump's promises, United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced on Tuesday that the president was rescinding the program. First, can Congress fix the problem?

At the moment, the United States immigration laws stipulate that should you overstay your visa in the country, you will be banned from re-entering the country for three to nine years.

In a recent interview at "60 Minutes" on CBS last September 10, Bannon predicted that if the Republicans continue not to see on the cancellation of DACA, the party may lose their hold in the House in the 2018 congressional elections.

Charlotte Alvarez, the executive director and staff attorney for the Bloomington-based Immigration Project, said on GLT's Sound Ideas that Trump's reversal has led to confusion among DACA recipients. This is about whether we are a people who kick hopeful young strivers out of America, or whether we treat them the way we'd want our own kids to be treated. "I'm firing you in six months, '" Bier said.

The Trump administration said DACA will phase out over six months, giving Congress an opportunity to create a replacement plan.

Rep. Raúl Grijalva (D-Ariz.) told Mic that the "vast majority of the progressive caucus" and the Congressional Hispanic Caucus were backing Gutierrez's approach.

On immigration, Trump is navigating politically tricky waters.

"Rescinding the work permits of nearly 800,000 people and forcing them into the shadows is reckless economic policy", the chamber said in a release.

Donald Trump's former chief strategist said the president's request for Congress to legalize some people brought to the USA unlawfully as children could cost Republicans their majority in the House of Representatives in the 2018 mid-term elections. Over the last four years KIAC's legal program has helped many young people realize this dream, and we've help them renew their status so they could continue this positive journey. So a bill to replace DACA, he says, should be accompanied with limits on extended family unification migration and with "enhanced enforcement measures", such as mandatory E-Verify.

First, a president can not pass off an issue to Congress when he wants to take no responsibility, and hope it goes well for those affected.

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