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To fight the trump management to torpedo a bipartisan immigration plan, homeland security officials, a “Shrine of the nation would say,” threatens a veto before a Senate showdown, the duel plans a vote soon.

On Twitter Thursday afternoon, President Trump a “total disaster” called the plan of the legislators pushing to return to another proposal, authored by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa.

The Schumer-round-Collins immigration law would be a total disaster. @DHSgov says it would be “the end of immigration enforcement in America.” It is a gigantic Amnesty (for dangerous criminals), creates the means, build the wall, stretching the chain migration, holds the visa…

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

…Lotto, continues to be a deadly catch-and-release, bars, and enforcement, for FUTURE illegal immigrants. A vote for this amendment would be a vote AGAINST the prosecution, and a vote FOR the opening up of the borders. If the Dems are actually serious DACA, you should bill the support of the Grassley!

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

A blistering statement from DHS warned that the plan would mean the “end of immigration enforcement in America.”

“The changes proposed by the senators Schumer-round-Collins would be effective the United States make a sanctuary of the Nation, where the rule of law ignored to be promoted,” the Department said in a statement late Wednesday.

This statement was a reaction to the bipartisan agreement, drafted by a “gang of 22” led by Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, would allow a 10-12 year path to citizenship for illegal immigrants in the country as children, some of which were protected by Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program . The program is ready to expire in March-although the battles could delay before a court, that — according to the action of a trump card.

The President says he wants to help DACA recipient expects, however, that other border security and reform measures are included.

The bill in question, looks to ease conservative concerns, by preventing those who attract illegal immigrants from sponsoring their parents for citizenship, although you could it the other way. The legislation would also include measures $25 billion for a border, wall, and other border-security.

However, it would be to dole the money over 10 years, and the borders of Trump is missing most of the searches on legal immigration.

It is one of several plans that could soon be considered in the Senate as senators strike a deal. Procedural votes could be as early as Thursday afternoon.

“Our suggestion would be to make the most significant change in immigration law in the past thirty-five years,” Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S. C., who supports a number of damn immigration proposals, said on Thursday.

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“We have reached an agreement that gives us the best chance to protect the dreamer against the deportation from the only country they know as home,” sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., said.

But the White house said before the vote that it would veto the legislation, claiming it would weaken border security and provide existing right-designate explicitly a measure for the protection of illegal immigrants before January.

“The administration is obliged to find that a lasting, fair and legal solution for DACA,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement. “But this Change would be. only the problem is exacerbated by the promotion of the millions of other minors, which are then introduced in the United States We do not need to solve the problem is to perpetuate it indefinitely.”

The DHS, in its statement, said the law would draw mark “the end of immigration enforcement in America, and only serve to millions more illegal aliens, with no way to get rid of you.”

While the legislation would fail to meet some of Trump’s demands, such as the $25 billion for border security, it falls short of the “four pillars,” Trump said, needed to be met for him to sign immigration legislation.

The statement claims that the Constitution would limit additional DHS, only the removal of criminal aliens and national security threats, which came after June 2018 (Collins later clarified that the date has been pushed back to January, because it “confusion”), and does not fix the gaps that prevent deportation and removal — perpetuating, the so-called “catch and release.”

On the subject of IF, the DHS claimed that it would, in fact, the state give citizenship to 3 million illegal immigrants, many conditions can be reversed, and expand the pool of immigrants came to the United States recently, or are “not decidedly the kids.”

The administration of the draft law fail to address, the so-called “chain migration” — the immigrants sponsor for a large number of relatives to join them in the United States, Trump has said that he wants to limit sponsorship to children and spouses. contradicted It is claimed that by leaving such a system in place, it could be legalized, an increase in the number, as many as 10 million.

The bill would also not the end of the visa lottery system, in which 55,000 immigrants in the country every year and has been dogged by allegations of fraud and abuse.

Graham reacted angrily to the statement, calling it “politically toxic” and told the reporters that the DHS should be more grateful and say “thank you.”

“Every time someone comes up with the idea, give you $25 billion, you should say thank you. The DHS press release is more than the top. It is politically toxic. It is ridiculous and I’ve long since ceased to be attentive to you,” he said.

Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-NY, accused of trying Trump, spike an immigration deal.

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Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-NY, accused, in the meantime, Trump in the Senate are trying to spike the deal.

“Why? Because it is not 100 percent of what the President on immigration wants to? That’s not how our democracy works – you do not get 100% of what you want in a democracy,” he said. “Maybe in a dictatorship.”

Trump, however, seemed to be pushed to find in the legislator a possibility of compromises — asked them to consider a system of “performance-oriented immigration.”

While Republicans and Democrats in Congress are working hard to come up with a solution to DACA, you should strongly consider a system of merit-Based immigration so that we, the people, the ready and able to help all those companies in the USA!

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

The cross-party amendment is one of four expected in the next few hours. A conservative plan drafted by Grassley and supported by the President, probably the last in the series of votes. This could be the Republicans the advantage of forcing the Republicans and moderate Democrats, which all other plans have failed, a strong re-elections, to behind him, after

Also on the table is a plan by Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Sen. Chris Coons, D-Del., against by the White house, which would allow DACA recipients to qualify for a permanent Director agencies the right to stay for the control of the border until 2020. But it does not offer a path to citizenship, or more money for border security, or make significant changes to the immigration rules.

A runoff is likely on a proposal by Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Pa., would block Federal grants to sanctuary cities that do not cooperate with the Federal authorities on illegal immigration.

Fox News handle Jenkins, Chad Pergram, Jenny Buchholz and the Associated Press contributed to this report.

Adam Shaw is a political Reporter and occasional opinion writer for FoxNews.com. He can be reached here or on Twitter: @AdamShawNY.

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