in the vicinityVideoRep. Devin Nunes on the democratic opposition to immigration reform, DOJ, the House missing the deadline for the Müller-report
California Congressman Devin Nunes challenges of Democratic governance on a comprehensive proposal for the immigration overhaul, to criticize instead of just President of the Trump.
Democrats should imagine, to be their own comprehensive immigration reform plan, instead of just criticize President Trump’s soon-to-be-announced immigration overhaul proposal, according to Rep. Devin Nunes.
The White house reportedly is set to unveil a comprehensive new plan that would radically change the make-up of immigrants in the United States, the end of the visa lottery program and the implementation of a comprehensive earnings change-based authorisation procedure.
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The plan, allegedly, not the millions of workers without papers in the country illegally, including hundreds of thousands of young “dreamers” brought to the U.S. as children – is a top priority for the Democrats.
“Outnumbered Overtime” On Thursday, Nunes, R-Calif., ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee and a member of the house ways and means Committee, said the Democrats love to criticize Trump policy and talk about the “dreamers”, but you have missed it, the introduction of a comprehensive immigration plan of their own.
“I’d like to see you put a bill on the floor, the comprehensive, the the border protection, said the permit-to-work systems, we need to not only criticize the President,” Nunes. “At some point, you are in power. You are not just a party, it can criticize more.”
He said there are many reasons for the gap between Republicans and Democrats over immigration, and he brings some of the blame on the media, he argues, to keep the failed Democrats responsible.
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“Why would you not put a microphone in Nancy Pelosi’s face, and the democratic leadership in the face and say,” Ok, you know, like the president’s plan. Got it. Where is your plan?’ But you don’t see that happening.”
Fox News, Gregg Re, and John Roberts contributed to this report.