Immigration Whiplash? Trump says that he will not sign Ryan moderate bill, then WH is trying, apparently, it has to go back

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Trump: I will not take account of the character of a moderate immigration

President Trump tells Fox News: “I need an invoice, this Land offers enormous border protection.’

President Trump on Friday morning, said he would not sign a moderate immigration bill currently working its way through the Congress — to try to return although by the afternoon, the White house seemed to foot, the extension of a day of confusion in the midst of the Congress, ” the long fight for an immigration policy overhaul.

In an interview with “Fox and Friends”, Trump said that while he was “a view to both” immigration proposals in Congress– led by Republicans-Rep. Bob Goodlatte from Virginia and the more moderate bill proposed by speaker of the house of representatives Paul Ryan, R-Wis. – he would not account to sign Ryan, the so-called compromise, because it lacked an emphasis on border security.

“I’m not a moderate sign, the more,” Trump said in front of the White house on the eight-year anniversary of the Obama administration’s announcement of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. “I need an invoice, this Land offers enormous border security.”

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A Senior White House official speaking on condition of anonymity, however, told The Associated Press that misspoke later in the day, Trump. The official said believed Trump, Fox News’ Steve Doocy was referring to a separate push by the moderate Republicans to force a floor vote on a series of immigration bills — not the compromise bill.

Ryan 293-page bill, which was presented in the legislature on Thursday, includes a number of measures that the win over the GOP moderate groups and also Democrats, such as providing a path to citizenship for young migrants.

But the bill also has $25 billion to the border security – including the technology, the roads and the money for Trump’s controversial border wall authorized the National Guard troops on the U.S.-Mexican border, and calls for the use of a biometric entry-exit system for all of the input ports, which is being debated since a long time.


The Democrats force the separation of families on the border, with their terrible and cruel legislative agenda. Any immigration bill will NEED the full funding for wall, end, Catch & Release, Visa Lottery and the chain and you go on merit-Based immigration. Go for it! WIN!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 15, 2018

In addition, there are long-standing preference for family immigration is shifting away from the nation in a new system are developed, prioritized entry based on merits and skills.

In spite of the compromises made in Ryan’s bill, democratic legislators and a number of immigration advocates strong opposition voiced against the measure, and pounded the GOP on family detention is a Problem. Ryan’s measure proposed that children be kept in detention with their parents, it’s doom 2-ten-year-old rules that limit the time that minors in detention – a change sought by the White house.

Trump tweeted on Friday that the Democrats are forcing families to be broken apart and added that any immigration bill full funding for the border wall.

Of trump-management is also the consideration as to whether or not to build a tent city in Texas to house between 1,000 and 5,000 unaccompanied minors.


House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., the legislation, called it “nothing more than a cruel codification of the President Trump anti-immigration agenda, leaving our nation’s heritage as a beacon of hope and opportunity.”

Kerri Talbot, the policy Director at the immigration authority (Immigration Hub, calling it a “wish list” of top White house immigration adviser Stephen Miller, “would allow it to Trump administration in jail, the children for a longer period of time.”

GOP leaders have said they can take up the family took issue separately, if necessary, as the crisis in the children separated from their parents. Government representatives have said they need more money for detention beds to house the influx of immigrants from the administration’s “zero-tolerance” policy of intensified border enforcement.


DACA was one of the hotly contested issues in the immigration debate since it was announced eight years ago

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With Trump says he will not sign the compromise bill, which leaves Goodlatte more conservative legislation under consideration.

The bill, titled the securing America’s future Act – this is much more in line with the President’s attitude to immigration. It authorized the construction of the border wall, calls for officers of hiring of thousands more Border Patrol agents and Customs and Border Protection and also allows the detention of children perceived, on the border with their parents.

“Goodlatte’s bill is not perfect, but it is better than Ryan, Mark Krikorian, the Director of the Center for Immigration Studies, a conservative think-tank based in Washington DC, told Fox News. “Ryan, bill is not only an Amnesty for people with DACA, but adds even more people.”

DACA, the Obama-era policy, the children brought to the U.S. illegally to apply for their parents to renewable two-year transfer from deportation and eligible for work permits, has been one of the hotly contested issues in the immigration debate since it was announced eight years ago.

The Trump administration announced in September last year, plans to have the program stop and gave the Congress six months to pass, the so-called DREAM Act, which has since batted around in Congress since 2001, and would be a path to citizenship for the roughly 700,000 IF-receiver.

Goodlatte’s immigration bill would only DACA give the receiver a three-year, renewable legal status and the use of existing paths to permanent resident status), while Ryan, the legislation offers a path to citizenship for as many as 1.8 million young people who have lived in the U.S. illegally since childhood.

Finally, the young people under 31 years old and have been in the country since at least June 2007, could start to be awarded green cards based on a points system. It prioritizes education, knowledge of English, military service and employment. After that, the state could apply for citizenship, how is the situation under current law is for those with permanent legal status.

The support of the moderate Republicans, and some Democrats, Ryan’s compromise bill has a chance to make it out of the house, but Goodlatte was the measure opposed by Democrats and many of the centrists in the GOP. Neither bill is expected to be through the Senate itself, if you happen to in the house.

Fox News’ Chad Pergram and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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