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United States judge blocks Trump move to end DACA program for immigrants

13 January 2018

Democrats and many Republicans are pushing for a solution to DACA situation after Trump ended an Obama era program that provided protections from deportation to people who came here illegally as children.

The goal of Tuesday's meeting was to work out a deal to handle the roughly 800,000 undocumented immigrants covered by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

"So we have people coming in that have a great track record, as opposed to what were doing now, to be honest with you", he said.

President Donald Trump lashed out Wednesday at the United States judicial system as "broken and unfair " after a judge blocked his decision to end a program that protects so-called "Dreamers" from deportation.

Trump has previously criticized the courts system after judges have halted or held up his policy initiatives.

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"The House GOP's latest immigration proposal is one of the most anti-immigrant pieces of legislation Ive ever seen", said Rep. Betty McCollum (D-MN). Just 24 hours earlier he had said that he would not sign any bill to codify DACA that did not include funding for the border wall.

In the middle of an intense political fight about the programme that shields from deportation young immigrants who were brought illegally to the U.S. as children, a federal judge in California issued a nationwide injunction late Tuesday ordering the Trump administration to start the programme back up again.

On Tuesday, a California federal judge blocked Trump's plan to roll back the DACA program.

Members of Colorado's congressional delegation reacted with outrage and condemnation following news reports that President Donald Trump referred to African nations as "shithole countries" during a Thursday meeting with lawmakers about a potential immigration deal.

Trump told both Democrat and Republican leaders they are "not that far away from comprehensive immigration reform". "Our country needs the security of the Wall on the Southern Border, which must be part of any DACA approval", he wrote. "The difference today is the political will in the White House to get this thing done and therefore I am optimistic".

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Indeed, Trump's decision to include the press was unusual and praiseworthy.

Congress must come to some agreement on immigration, with a January 19 deadline for reaching a spending deal quickly approaching and DACA set to expire March 5.

The DHS hasn't said when it will begin accepting renewal applications, and the government can still appeal the court ruling, which the White House labeled Tuesday as "outrageous".

"It should be a bill of love", Trump said of a measure under negotiation that would protect hundreds of thousands of Dreamers from deportation. "I think my positions are going to be what the people in this room come up with", Trump said.

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