WASHINGTON – congressional Republicans are working with the trombone’s transition team to find a solution for immigrants brought illegally to this country as children, speaker of the house of representatives Paul Ryan said on Thursday.
Hundreds of thousands of immigrants gained temporary protection and work permits by President Barack Obama. In the case of the promotional activity for the President, Donald Trump this protection is promised to undo, by the immigrants in danger of deportation.
Ryan didn’t know exactly how the Congress and Trump would dispose of the program, called Deferred action for Childhood arrivals, or daca. But as the question is asked, on CNN’s town hall from a woman who identified herself as an IF receiver with a young daughter, Ryan told her he did not want to see them deported.
“I see, you love your daughter, you are a nice person who has a great future in front of you, and I hope that your future is here,” explains Ryan.
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“What we need to do is find a way to ensure that you can get with the law, and we do not have this in a good way, so that the carpet pulled that separated you and your family.”
Host Jake Tapper pointed out that Trump, during the campaign promised an “expulsion power” to round up the more than 11 million immigrants in the country illegally. Ryan dismissed the idea.
“I’m here to tell you that in Congress, it didn’t happen.”
Instead, Ryan said Trump has asked lawmakers to focus on two priorities with regard to illegal immigration: securing the border and deportation of immigrants that are violent, repeat criminals.