Kirsters Baish| President Donald Trump made an offer to Democrats that they could keep their precious DACA amnesty, just so long as he is able to build his long awaited border wall between the southern border of the United States and Mexico. The Democrats would not accept President Trump’s offer. Republican leaders are now trying to give the Democrats DACA amnesty for NOTHING in exchange. This is just the way they seem to operate these days.
It has been reported that Republican leaders are planning on reopening talks on both immigration and amnesty this coming week. Fox News’ Lou Hobbs went on the air to warn Tucker Carlson that this move will most likely wind up with a change to a Democratic majority, but the Republicans don’t seem to care.
Take a look at the video clip below:
Breitbart News reported that the Fox Business Network host explained while on the air that is President Donald Trump is “deceived” by both the Republican establishment and House Speaker Paul Ryan himself into backing up DACA amnesty for illegal immigrants, it would “most certainly” take away the GOP’s House majority.
Breitbart News writes:
During a segment of Lou Dobbs Tonight, Dobbs blasted a plan by Ryan and Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) which would grant amnesty to at least 1.8 million illegal aliens who have been shielded from deportation by the President Obama-created Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
According to the White House, Trump now supports the amnesty deal, though the president told reporters outside the White House on Friday that he would not sign such a bill.
Dobbs explained that Paul Ryan along with White House officials who tried to “deceive” President Donald Trump into showing support for the amnesty deal are risking losing the House majority to the Democrats in the upcoming November midterm elections.
Fox News reports:
President Trump on Friday morning said he would not sign a moderate immigration bill currently working its way through Congress — although by the afternoon, the White House seemed to try walking it back, prolonging a day of confusion amid Congress’ long fight for an immigration policy overhaul.
President Trump was interviewed by “Fox & Friends,” during which he explained that he was “looking at both” of Congress’ immigration proposals. He stated that he wouldn’t be supporting Speaker Paul Ryan’s bill because he felt that it did not have a strong emphasis on border security.
President Trump stated, “I certainly won’t sign the more moderate one. I need a bill that gives this country tremendous border security.”