How Trump's reported s***hole comments put DACA talks in jeopardy


Negotiators spent last week seeking a solution that would shield young immigrants brought illegally to the United States as children, including the roughly 800,000 who secured work permits under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program created under President Barack Obama.

In a pair of Twitter comments Sunday, Trump accused Democrats of trying to "take desperately needed money away from our Military" as part of the immigration and funding discussions.

"No, I think he's anxious that Democrats' unwillingness to put country ahead of their party is what's stalling things from moving forward, whether it's the budget or a deal for DACA", she told reporters on the White House lawn.

Republicans are not the only ones who could face political consequences over a potential government shutdown if lawmakers do not strike a deal on spending and immigration by the end of the week.

Democrats insist that if Republicans want their support for a spending deal, it must include a legislative fix to help DACA recipients. Trump asked during a meeting at the Oval Office in the White House with several Republicans and Democrats during immigration negotiations, according to the Post, which also reported that the president said he would prefer people from countries like Norway to come to America instead. He elaborated on the way to dinner Sunday night with House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., saying Democrats "don't want to help the DACA people".

On Jan.9, US President Donald Trump had said that he wants a comprehensive overhaul of the immigration process. "I'm the least racist person you have ever interviewed". "I know what happened", Durbin told reporters.

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On September 5th, President Trump rescinded DACA.

Without explicitly denying using the vulgarity, Trump lashed out at Durbin, who said Trump uttered it several times during the meeting. He called on Congress to make legislation that would extend those protections but as of right now, lawmakers haven't been able to reach an agreement.

The federal government is hurtling toward a shutdown in part due to floundering negotiations over the future of a group of young immigrants who were brought to the USA illegally as children. Democrats are demanding that deportation protections for 800,000 young immigrants be included in any extension of government spending, with a January 19 shutdown deadline looming. The Republican majority and the Republican president, to put a very sharp point on it, have failed to come up with a way we can fund the government and address the vital needs of states and territories, of families and children all over this country.

Sen. Dick Durbin of IL, the only Democrat at Thursday's meeting, said Trump had indeed said what he was reported to have said.

Less than a week ago, Pres. Trump said during a broadcast, bipartisan meeting with lawmakers that he wanted a "bill of love" on immigration. Trump also reportedly said the USA should admit more people from countries such as Norway.