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Ann Coulter Slams Trump on Immigration: 'Who Doesn't Want Trump Impeached?'

Ann Coulter Slams Trump on Immigration: 'Who Doesn't Want Trump Impeached?'

Republican U.S. Rep. Lou Barletta, who represents the state's 11th District, told reporters Thursday that he wants to see provisions in an eventual bill to deal with the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program that also help secure the border, crack down on visa overstays, and provide money for building the border wall that Trump promised on the campaign trail.

Trump, in a series of early morning tweets, disputed the characterization of a private White House dinner on Wednesday night by his guests, Sen.

The White House quickly rejected that statement, saying that while border security and DACA were discussed, the president didn't agree to exclude funding for the border wall from the package.

According to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, there are around 800,000 people enrolled in DACA and the majority are students.

While Trump remains committed to his campaign promise to build the wall along the US border with Mexico, "whether or not that is specifically part of a DACA package or a different legislative package, I am not going to prejudge here today", Short said.

"He likes us! He likes me, anyway", Schumer said.

And soon after, Trump appeared to confirm that approach.

"I really feel for my clients and for the thousands of people affected across the country", says immigration attorney, Bethany Hoffman.

After hearing this, Iowa Congressman Steve King said this will hurt Trump's support base.

Thursday morning, he expressed sympathy for the immigrants on Twitter: "Does anybody really want to throw out good, educated and accomplished young people who have jobs, some serving in the military?"

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To be fair, there were some Republicans who brushed off the latest outreach by Mr. Trump to Pelosi and Schumer.

On Sept. 5, the Trump administration announced its decision to rescind DACA over a six-month period.

Days before the announcement to end DACA, Trump said to the media, "I have a great heart for these folks we're talking about".

Exactly how to do that is the question that congressional leaders were asked on Thursday after Trump's meeting with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.).

CONFUSION reigned in the U.S. yesterday over Donald Trump's plan to deport 800,000 illegal immigrants who came to the country as children.

Likewise, he assured the border wall is under construction, writing: "The WALL, which is already under construction in the form of new renovation of old and existing fences and walls, will continue to be built". Republicans broadly favor more stringent border security.

Democrats said it includes plans to enhance boarder security.

The comments from Short and Pelosi suggested room for compromise on the sensitive issue of immigration, which has been defeating lawmakers for years. "That is a false narrative, evil narrative some people want to spread", said the Rev. Rob Boulter, with the Cathedral of the Incarnation.

"As long as we put conservative values and conservative ideas and roll back the last eight years of the Obama Administration, them I'm all on board", Mullin added.