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RNC Chairman: Why don’t Dems to sit down and work with trump on something?

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Ronna McDaniel weighs in on the release of President Trump, the new immigration policy proposal.

The Chairman of the Republican National Committee not strictly criticized Democrats for working to revise with President Trump, including his plan, the country’s immigration system.

“Why don’t you sit with this President and work on something. They are more concerned about the investigation and brings more subpoenas forward and say, how do we solve the problems that the Americans sent us here to repair,” Ronna McDaniel said, “your world with Neil Cavuto” on Thursday.

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Thursday, Trump presented a long-awaited immigration overhaul would change dramatically, as the United States accepted, people in the country, upending the system to pay for the benefit of the visit on the basis of merit rather than family ties.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi condemned Trump’s plan, calling it “condescending” in their weekly press conference. “I just want to say something about the word you use ‘merit.’ It really is a condescending word,” Pelosi said.

Earlier, the RNC Chairman, that the Americans are “hungry for bipartisan solutions.”

McDaniel also addressed the President of the competition and dismissal of the mayor of New York, Bill De Blasio, as a concern, and even play down the former Vice-President, Joe Biden, and a recent poll shows him in front of trump, in Pennsylvania.

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“I think it is too early. Listen, this is a President who is always pummeled every day. 93 percent of the reporting is negative. The results of this management are not announced, and Joe Biden, his unfavorables had been to go,” McDaniel Cavuto said.

“Is he the one is he worried about?” Cavuto asked Biden.

“I’m not really worried about all of them now,” McDaniel said.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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