Everyone realizes that DACA is a touchy subject for the left, but it's still an unconstitutional order signed by Obama.
While we want to show compassion, at the same time this is a nation of law and order and we must enforce our laws.
DACA has raised uncertainty amongst those within the GOP as well as the entirety of the Democratic Party, with advocates calling for the allowance of this who they call “Dreamers” to stay inside the United States of America.
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The problem has been however, that President Trump, who was elected by the people of the United States of America, has yet to receive much support for the very policies the people voted for, inside of Congress.
The real “Dreamers” are the American citizens affected by the disaster that is created from illegal alien migration into the United States.
President Trump is a deal maker, in fact he coined the book title <i>”The Art Of The Deal”</i> underscoring that very point.
Now it seems many within the GOP may be pushing for President Trump's promise to the American people to build the wall along the southern border of the United States of America, in exchange for allowing those 800k covered under DACA to stay.
Senior Congressional Republicans are willing to work with Democrats to keep the program allowing young criminal aliens who came to America illegally with their parents to stay in the United States, only of the Democrats will in return have to give President Donald Trump the required funding for his border wall.
Today numerous sources close to Senior GOP members have reported that the Republicans are willing to make the DACA program law, but only in exchange for initial funding in 2018 for Trump’s plan to build a border wall.
The DACA program could be made into an official law through the bipartisan Dream Act already before Congress, but it would require the support of those currently elected in control of both the House and Senate.
BackIn July the House of Representatives approved a $1.6 billion spending budget to improve and expand the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border which would take effect as of the 2018 budget.
However only $38 million of that money approved would be set aside for future wall planning. As Congress returns to Capitol Hill this week, the wall spending is a crucial part of debate inside of both factions of Congress.
Alongside the current budget proposals there is now a deadline to pass such a package by September 30th or there will be a government shutdown, so Republicans need Democratic support.
Many Republicans are also still divided on the idea and some say they support the trade to make the DACA program in exchange for the border wall funding.
“We as Americans do not hold children legally accountable for the actions of their parents,” said Senator James Lankford.
Due to his decreasing poll numbers and frustrations towards him from Trump supporters, House Speaker Paul Ryan is now under pressure to accomplish Trump's agenda.
Paul Ryan is incredibly unpopular amongst the right, and in the past has also supported the idea of making the program law.
“These are kids who know no other country, who are brought here by their parents and don't know another home. And so I really do believe that there needs to be a legislative solution,” Ryan said during a radio interview on Wisconsin radio station WCLO Friday.
Another of the most despised in Congress is Senator Lindsey Graham, who is behind the bipartisan Dream Act. He also said Monday that he is also behind the idea of making the DACA program law with no strings attached.
“If President Trump makes this decision we will work to find a legislative solution to their dilemma,” said Graham.
Of course there's still threats from the John McCain's of the Senate, who is likely the most hated man in all of Congress.
As a reminder, Democrats once promised a secure border and now there are an estimated 30 million illegals inside America.
They need to go back, they have to go back, but we also need a wall.
The strategy here could actually be a piece of chess work, that Democrats agree to fund the wall and DACA is eventually declared unlawful in the end regardless.
Then again it could be a balanced trade. Something has to be done, and that big and beautiful border wall has to be built.
So what will happen next? It's anyone's guess at this point. What's certain is some will be pleased and some will be angry regardless of the outcome.
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