Trump renews call for Congress to pass border legislation

Trump renews call for Congress to pass border legislation

Trump renews call for Congress to pass border legislation

A caravan of Central Americans making an annual pilgrimage to the US border has found itself at the heart of two days worth of tweets from President Trump, who linked the effort to protections for undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children.

The BuzzFeed report notes that "no one has made any effort to stop" the migrants as they travel through Mexico without authorization. "Democrats want No Borders, hence drugs and crime!" "It's just the reality that there are so many people claiming and being entitled to hearings that we don't have the ability to provide those hearings, and they are being released into the community, and they're not coming back for their hearings", Sessions said. Judd also said Congress needs to pass tougher laws, an idea Trump appeared to echo, and create more bed space for immigration authorities to house people. On Sunday, though, he correctly stated the issue was at Mexico's southern border.

Judd said the immigrants seeking asylum would "create havoc and chaos" while in the USA awaiting hearings on their refugee status. They say some but not all of them will seek asylum if they reach the United States. Those detained after crossing the border are also sometimes released because of bed shortages and a court ruling that limits the detention of women and children to 21 days.

It was not immediately clear what Trump was referring to when he said people are coming to take advantage of the program.

They also want Congress to terminate a 1997 court settlement that requires the government to release children from custody to caretakers while their cases are making their way through immigration court.

Trump is claiming that the caravan members are coming to the United States to obtain work permits under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), the Obama-era program that protects almost 700,000 Dreamers who came to the country as children. The hardline immigration bill favored by the White House would eventually reduce legal immigration by 38 percent, according to the libertarian Cato Institute. "I do love the Dreamers", Trump said at the annual Gridiron Club Dinner in March.

At least two Senate bills dealing with Dreamers, which included Democratic support, have failed to get 60 votes.

Trump has been trying to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. "NO MORE DACA DEAL!" he wrote.

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"Everyone who qualifies for DACA must show they lived in United States nearly 11 years ago", he wrote. And actually, it could even be more. The Democrats would not do it. They were simply unwilling to give Trump the other concessions he wanted on border security, and so, the DACA recipients were abandoned.

This isn't the first time Trump has called for a change to Senate rules by invoking the "nuclear option", which would permit a simple majority to move forward on a measure.

In light of Trump's call for the "nuclear option", a spokesman for Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell noted on Monday that Republican senators opposed changing existing rules governing the debate and passage of legislation. No longer works. Must build Wall and secure our borders with proper Border legislation.

The United States is renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with Mexico and Canada.

Mexico has actually spent hundreds of millions of dollars strengthening its border with Guatemala, but the country has yet to detain anyone from the caravan, perhaps due to its size.

At the White House Easter Egg roll on Monday, Trump told reporters: "The Democrats have really let them down".

It refers to the practice of releasing immigrants apprehended at or near the border, expecting them to appear at a later date before a US immigration judge.

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