The President himself will have the opportunity to explain his views Tuesday evening at the House Republican conference meeting.
As a result, House Republicans who had planned votes on two immigration bills next week went home unsure what would come next. Only the compromise bill would open a door to citizenship for young immigrants brought to the us illegally as children, and ease the separation of children from their parents when families are detained crossing the border - a practice that has drawn bipartisan condemnation in recent days.
Republican leaders this week announced a plan to vote on two immigration bills next week.
"And then we now have a bill that represents a compromise that is going to be brought to the floor so members can actually vote on legislation tackling this issue and this has a chance of going into law", said Ryan. The officials were not authorized to speak publicly and demanded anonymity.
At a White House briefing Monday, Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen declared, "Congress alone can fix it".
Trump's comments sent lawmakers into a last-minute tizzy as they prepare for potential votes in the coming week. "The hardcore Trump voter has a different point of view than the ever-important independent voter, and there doesn't seem to be a middle ground". "Go for it! WIN!" If Trump backs it, that could propel the measure to passage.
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Still, negotiators on both sides of the GOP said they were not ready to endorse the draft.
The issue of separating families at the border has generated increasing public backlash and threatens to become an issue in the November elections that will decide control of Congress.
The more conservative measure is seen as virtually certain to lose.
His opposition would be an embarrassing and likely fatal setback. Calling for tough action against illegal immigration, Trump declared the U.S. The plan scuttled a petition by Curbelo that would have forced a series of immigration votes with the support of Democrats. The president has not personally endorsed the Ryan bill.
Republicans could choose to reignite their petition to pass bills with the help of Democrats, and California Republican Rep. Jeff Denham, another one of the members leading negotiations, said "everything is on the table" when asked if he would start whipping up support for the petition again.
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi was hot with anger Friday over the status of the American immigration system and Republican proposals to change it.
Democrats, like many Republicans, abhor the family separations. The bill would also not outright prohibit the prosecution of parents who cross the border illegally with children, which is the Trump administration policy that is resulting in family separations, as children can not follow their parents into the criminal justice system.
House GOP leaders are revising their legislation amid a public outcry over the administration's "zero tolerance" approach to illegal crossings.
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The draft would provide for $25 billion for a border wall paired with a new immigrant visa that would give young undocumented immigrants a path to permanent residency and eventual citizenship. Both would reduce legal migration, in part by denying visas for some relatives of USA residents and citizens who are living overseas, sometimes referred to as "chain migration".
Dreamers is a term for a group of immigrants, mostly Hispanic, who were brought illegally over US borders when they were children and have been living for years in limbo. Trump has terminated that program, though federal courts have temporarily kept it functioning.
An expanded number of children who arrived legally with parents who have obtained work visas would also be covered.
"This is barbaric, this is not who America is, and this is the policy of the Trump administration", she said, referring to the family separations. But the administration has unsuccessfully pushed to overhaul President Barack Obama's health care law and has struggled to develop compromise legislation on immigration. "And law requires that children who can not be with their parents be placed within the custody of HHS within 72 hours, something entirely different than the criminal justice system".
Almost 2,000 children were separated from their families over a six-week period in April and May after Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced a new "zero-tolerance" policy that refers all cases of illegal entry for criminal prosecution. Those children must have lived in the United States continuously for 10 years. "Persons who violate the law of our nation are subject to prosecution", Sessions said at the event.
On Thursday, Sessions defended the policy during a speech in Fort Wayne, Indiana. "Orderly and lawful processes are good in themselves and protect the weak and lawful".
Cole said Trump was "confused", reflecting hopes by some Republicans that Trump's position might change.
"If you think that family values are important, at the top of that list is just the basic right of the family to be together", McClain said.
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