Trump blocked from ending DACA by second judge

14 February, 2018, 17:50 | Author: Gregory Stephens
  • Second United States Judge Blocks Donald Trump's Order To End'Dreamer Program

That program granted the right to work and stay in the US without fear of deportation to about 700,000 young immigrants.

Garaufis' ruling perhaps comes as no surprise after his lambasting of the President's "recurring, redundant drumbeat of anti-Latino commentary" last month.

"DACA is not unconstitutional simply because it was implemented by unilateral, executive action without express congressional authorization", Garaufis wrote.

You won't hear this stuff from the lying mainstream media.

A second federal judge temporarily blocked the Trump administration from ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which protects young illegal immigrants from deportation.

In his ruling Tuesday, District Judge Nicholas G. Garaufis said the administration can "indisputably" end DACA but questioned its legal reasoning for doing so.

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"Today's ruling gives hope to me and dreamers around the country", said Eliana Fernandez, a plaintiff in the case.

Garaufis was responding to a question regarding Trump's comments in a closed-door meeting with senators in which the President asked why people from Haiti and more Africans were wanted in the United States and added that the USA should get more people from countries like Norway.

Many lawmakers are uneasy about what might happen to the Dreamers after March 5, and Democrats - and Trump himself - are using that uncertainty as leverage to help force a deal.

Last month, Trump introduced a proposal that would put all 1.8 million young immigrants in question on a pathway to citizenship, in exchange for stiff cutbacks on overall immigration and funding for a massive wall on the U.S. border with Mexico.

"We should still focus on the March 5 date", Tillis said on Fox News Tuesday afternoon.

The disagreement means there could be several more hours of speeches before any votes occur.

Still, many Republicans are insisting that the bill incorporating Trump's priorities is a compromise. "It is a best and final offer", said Sen. The group includes Senators Tom Cotton of Arkansas, John Cornyn of Texas and Iowa's Charles Grassley.

In a meeting with sheriffs at the White House, Trump continued to frame the debate in a way that depicts numerous illegal immigrants seeking to enter the unsafe criminals. Since Trump's September decision about 100 recipients per day have lost their DACA status. "We think there is a good chance to get DACA done if the Democrats are serious and they actually want to do it".

On Monday, Trump told state and local officials at the White House for the unveiling of the administration's infrastructure plan that the administration was ready to make a deal on DACA, but that it could be killed by Democrats.



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