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Trump takes a dig at his DOJ over illegal immigrants licenses case in Arizona

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President Trump on Wednesday dinged his own justice Department for not, and asks the Supreme court to seem to be a case of driving for young illegal immigrants.

“The Department of Justice should have urged the Supreme Court to hear at least, if the driver’s license case, tweeted on illegal immigrants in Arizona,” the President on Wednesday. “I agree with @LouDobbs. To check should have tried.”

Department of Justice should have urged the Supreme Court to hear at least, if the driver’s license case on illegal immigrants in Arizona. I agree with @LouDobbs. Should have tried to make.

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 21, 2018

The Supreme Court on Monday said it is the rejection of Arizona’s plea to stop issuing driver’s seem to young immigrants known as “dreamers”, which protected from deportation.

The Trump administration’s solicitor general urged not to listen to the Supreme court, the appeal, saying the issues in the case “have been overtaken by events.”

The Trump administration will try to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or daca, but was blocked by the Federal courts.

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The judge had no comment Monday on a court of appeal decision in favor of the immigrants, the coveted licenses.

On Fox Business’ “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” Dobbs, criticised the trump administration for not pushing for the high court, the subject.

“The trombone administration, where was it?” Dobbs said on his show on Tuesday evening. “The trump-government urged not to listen to the Supreme court, saying the appeal to all, the issues in the case have been overtaken by events.’ Are you kidding me?””

The President, though, could has its government to take any action, Fox News learned.

Trump, could bring by the White house Counsel’s Office, the attorney General, made a brief before the Supreme court ask the high court to hear the case.

Arizona is trying to prevent DACA-protected immigrants from getting licenses. Then-Gov. Jan Brewer cited a desire to reduce the risk of licenses used to improperly access public benefits.

About 20,000 young immigrants in Arizona are protected from deportation under DACA, a program for 2012 started by the Obama administration.

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Trump has repeated his attorney General, Jeff Sessions sharply criticized, on a number of issues, in particular, about his decision to recuse himself from investigations in connection with the trump campaign and the Russian interference. Trump has said he would not have rented, and meetings, if he knew what he wanted to do.

But as recently as Tuesday, Trump praised sessions for his work on the containment of illegal immigration.

“Jeff, I’m going to say that the level of the strength of the Ministry of justice to this question, and on the other border problems, was fantastic, and we appreciate it very much,” trump said at a round table on sanctuary cities.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw, Jake Gibson and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Alex Pappas is a political reporter at FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter at @Alex Pappas.

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