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President Donald Trump urged divided Republicans Wednesday to rally behind an immigration overhaul - though it appears doomed to fail - after a judge dealt a new blow to his "zero tolerance" border policy by ordering that separated families be swiftly reunited.

"You could see it in the vote last week, and this week there's probably a little bit more of a divide", Scalise said earlier Wednesday on the "Fox & Friends" television show, before blaming Democrats for the impasse.

Included in the bill was almost $25 billion for the U.S. -Mexico border wall, a project sharply opposed by Democrats but required by Trump, he said, for his signature.

Trump is trying to pressure both Democrats and Republicans in Congress to come up with a legislative solution to the family separation policy he enacted two months ago.

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In his latest instance of whiplash on the issue, Trump tweeted, "HOUSE REPUBLICANS SHOULD PASS THE STRONG BUT FAIR IMMIGRATION BILL, KNOWN AS GOODLATTE II, IN THEIR AFTERNOON VOTE TODAY, EVEN THOUGH THE DEMS WON'T LET IT PASS IN THE SENATE".

The percentage of Americans who believe undocumented immigrants commit more crime is virtually unchanged since the summer of 2016, suggesting that the White House's frequent and misleading messaging on immigrants and crime has not been effective.

The legislation would complete a biometric entry-exit program to help immigration authorities keep track of whether immigrants with temporary visas leave the US when they are supposed to go. "I think we are proving to ourselves that Republicans can not pass an immigration bill". The Freedom Caucus aide said leadership would face "humiliation" if the compromise bill attracted fewer votes than the more conservative legislation - a scenario that ultimately played out when the compromise bill was defeated 121-301.

After falsely blaming Democrats for the separations and insisting that only Congress could fix the issue, the president last week issued an executive order created to end the practice under his "zero tolerance" policy, which prosecutes adults who come to the US illegally.

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He also said last week that Republicans should wait to take action on immigration until after November's midterm elections. The bill would have diverted $25 billion to Donald's Folly and steeply decreased the number of immigrants the nation is willing to extend citizenship to.

Democrats opposed the bill, calling the family separation component weak and the broader reforms to the immigration system too harsh. The bill heading to the floor Wednesday includes language that would lift the 20-day cap on the detaining of minors, which would theoretically allow the government to detain children with their parents for longer periods of time.

Shortly before the vote, Rep.

"I want them to do what they want", Trump said, CNN reported. Leaders have so far been unable to bridge the divide, and the fight is fueling accusations that they are out of step with members of their conference.

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The children separated from their parents in recent weeks are now scattered across the country, some in foster homes and others in institutions, their whereabouts often unknown to their parents. "We can give them 100% of what they wanted, and double it, they still wouldn't pass it".


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