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The fate of an estimated 700,000 illegal immigrants from Mexico and anywhere in the world is growing rapidly from a largely Washington, the political debate in a politically charged 2018 choice in the matter, with President Trump say now, the Democrats are only efforts to protect immigrants from deportation as a “campaign theme.”

Washington legislators have tried to resolve for years, the country’s immigration system and a consensus on what to do with the tens of thousands of immigrants brought illegally to the United States by their parents — the so-called dreamers.

But the debate has intensified since last fall, when Trump announced that by March 5 the end of Obama’s would-era Deferred action for Childhood arrivals, or daca, program, which allows you to work in the U.S. and avoid immediate deportation.

The cross-party wrangling over what to do next, in a three-day government shutdown last month and played a role in this week’s overnight shutdown.

“The Republicans want to do to fix DACA far more than the Democrats,” Trump tweeted Saturday. “The Dems had all three branches of government in 2008-2011, and they decided to do anything about DACA. You just want to use it as a campaign issue. Vote Republican!”

Top-Congress-Democratic, such as house Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi of California and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York disagreed with such comments.

The Republicans want to do to fix DACA far more than the Democrats. The Dems had all three branches of government in 2008-2011, and they decided to do anything about DACA. You just want to use it as a campaign issue. Vote Republican!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 10, 2018

But at least some rank-and-file Democrats have been silent.similar arguments raised, while the liberal-minded political groups openly criticized the leader for not doing enough to keep the immigration reforms in exchange for their support of the spending bills, the government is run

“What do you think? Enter your advantage,” Angel Padilla, policy Director for the liberal group, Indivisible, asked, between the first and second shutdown.

Schumer was impaled by Indivisible and similar groups after the first shutdown for the supply votes to reopen the government, according to Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., to keep a vow, a full floor vote on DACA, with the expectation of a cross-party agreement before the fast-approaching March deadline.

Pelosi confronted with similar criticism, even within their own party, despite an eight-hour floor speech on Wednesday to demand a promise, like Schumer got in exchange for the support of the two-year budget deal that passed Friday.

“If I told you to do something on the ground for eight hours and then still something about it, well, the language is beautiful,” said the Democratic Republic of the Luis Gutierrez.

The outgoing Illinois lawmakers, perhaps the most open of the rank-and-file house Democrats on the question of immigration, has also allegedly complained that party leaders face issues such as healthcare reform and climate change before the dreamers, which argues, in spite of, as a trump card that the White house and both houses of Congress from 2008 to 2011 controlled.

Neither Pelosi’s office nor Schumer’s responded on Saturday to a request for comment.

An argument about why the Democrats have not made immigration reform a priority is that the subject is a major concern, largely in California and Texas voters only, rather than a national Problem. Another is that the Latinos in General, turn in large numbers on election day.

Exit poll information, which shows the Pew Research Center found that less than half of the Hispanics ballots entitled to 2016 submitted to vote — about 12.7 million of the estimated 26.7 million.

Pew reports also show that 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has about the votes of 66 percent of the Hispanic, compared with 28 percent for Trump.

The numbers were essentially the same as those in the 2012 White house race between Democrat Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney, and in 2008, the dispute between Obama and the Republican John McCain who got 31 percent of the vote

Over 90 percent of the dreamer came from Latin America, with about 79 percent of them from Mexico. And almost half live in either California or Texas.

Democrats have high expectations of the control of the house this year, and have their sights on winning GOP-held seats in California’s Orange County, where the state’s growing Hispanic population. Two GOP house incumbents from the region — Reps. Ed Royce and Darrell Issa-have already announced they will not stand for re-election this year.

Democrats need to sit in order to win, a Total of 24 house to the control of the chamber, with historical data showing which political party controls the White house loses over 32 seats in the following midterm elections.

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