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Trump told Democrats he's open to a bargain on DACA. Ana Kasparian, John Iadarola, and also Michael Shure, the hosts of The Young Turks, go over. Inform us exactly what you assume in the remark area below.

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" WASHINGTON– Head Of State Trump on Tuesday showed up to back a sweeping migration deal that would ultimately give numerous undocumented immigrants a path to citizenship, claiming he would agree to "take the warm" politically for a technique that much of his hard-line fans have long viewed as unacceptable.

The head of state made the remarks throughout a prolonged conference with legislative Republicans and Democrats who are weighing a shorter-term contract that would certainly extend lawful standing for undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as youngsters. Mr. Trump has claimed such an offer has to be come with by new money for a boundary wall surface as well as measures to restrict immigrants from bringing family members into the nation in the future, problems he repeated throughout the meeting on Tuesday.

But in backing a wider migration procedure, Mr. Trump was providing a rare public look of an impulse he has actually shared privately to advisers and also lawmakers– the need to command a more significant remedy to the status of the 11 million undocumented immigrants already living and also operating in the United States. Such action has the possible to estrange the hard-line immigration lobbyists who powered his political surge and also helped him win the presidency, many of whom have actually defined it as amnesty for hoodlums."

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  1. Posted by Lord REDkiller, at Reply

    I’m a DACA recipient. Senior in high school working 40+ hours a week while having 6 AP classes. My future is in the hands of congress šŸ˜žšŸ˜­

    • Posted by Lord REDkiller, at Reply

      Michael Collins My decision of working has nothing to do with another person living in poverty. It is shameful that we live in the richest country of the history of the earth and yet we still have millions of people living in the streets. Many people go through tough situations and I won’t judge them for that. It’s not my fault that I earn my pay and I got hired for a job that was ultimately open to anybody. In fact my job is understaffed right now, it is up to the person if they want to work to find a job. You can’t blame me and point fingers at me for why they can’t find a job.

    • Posted by OutlawRebel117, at Reply

      Lord REDkiller You have my sympathies, friend.

    • Posted by Poochie Collins, at Reply

      @Lord REDkiller : please bring this to conservative forums. They need to hear your story. Change the world.

  2. Posted by Jesse Torres, at Reply

    As some1 from a border state, I just want to say that it was reported that no Congressman or Senator (Democrat or Republican) from the 4 border states will support the vote for the border wall, and an article shows that the states that want the wall the most are almost all landlocked states. Here’sĀ 4 main reasons why the border wall won’t work/is not worth the money hence why border state politicians don’t support it: 1) Odds are that if the U.S. ends up paying for it, we will have to pay more for it now and more than likely our states will pay additional taxes for repairs, upkeep, and security which other states won’t. 2) More immigrants from Mexico are returningĀ home than entering the U.S.Ā since their economy is growing so building a wall will make it hard for them to leave the country, and even those that do keep coming all they need are tunnels and boats to get around it. 3) Back when George Bush Jr. initiated a plan to build a fence, only 1/3 of the 1,900 miles got fenced because the border isn’t just flat terrain for the entire distance; there are mountains, rivers (Rio Grande), desert, the occasional forest, and the California fault line, all of which make building any significant structure nearlyĀ impossible in those areas. 4) 1 article online said the current border wall plan would be for the governmentĀ to close off/take all land owned within 10 miles of the wall on both sides of the border and prevent any future development to better guard the border, but with many cities (San Diego and El Paso for example) so close to theĀ border, millions would lose their homes/jobs and would be displaced. So, ultimately, when you look at the facts for possibility of success and consider how this border wall would hurt Americans/the American economy, it is not worth it.

  3. Posted by Jesse Torres, at Reply

    People who are unaware/misled on the subject of immigration/refugees ask “Why don’t immigrants come here legally or stay here if they know they are illegal?,” “If they are here why don’t they apply for citizenship to stay?,” “Why should we keep them here if they are taking jobs away from Americans?,” and “Why should we care about immigrants/refugees if they don’t benefit the country/me personally?” Well I have a few answers/explanations.

    Many Americans don’t realize how hard applying for/earning legal status takes. Much like achieving refugee status/vetting to seek asylum (which can take up to 2 years), getting legal immigration status can take 1-4 years no matter where you come from. If you have a relative who is an American/some1 sponsoring you then you can save time, but most immigrants/refugees don’t. Whether you are an immigrant, refugee, or asylum seeker, no 1 from any country can get on a plane and become a citizen overnight regardless of what conservatives/isolationists claim.Ā According to the Constitution, only citizens can vote in our elections (not immigrants/refugees), and if you vote illegally you go to jail. And I found that the best case scenario for some1 to legally earn U.S. citizenship takes at the minimum 6 years (seriously, try planning a family vacation 6 years in advance and hope that no 1 dies/is born or something affects your plans).

    If some1 wants to come to the U.S. legally for work/an education and they are willing to put in the time (several years)/money (tens of thousands of dollars) to do so we have no right to deport them (regardless of their race, religion, origins, or native language) since this is the idea of the American dream. Despite President Trump’s travel bans (which have all failed in the courts), it’s unconstitutional to ban people based on national origin without valid reasons. When people are trying to escape civil war, crimes, or poverty and seek shelter in the U.S. sometimes their only option is to take the risk and come illegally then seek citizenship once they are here. Now I will admit that any1Ā coming into the country illegally is committing a crime, but if we made it easier/faster to come in legally then we would have fewer illegal immigrants in America. And studies have shown that immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers commit fewer crimes as a % of their population than native-born citizens (because they know they would receive harsher sentences/be deported if convicted).

    By law, businesses/corporations aren’t supposed to hire illegal immigrants (and sometimes refugees/asylum seekers) and instead report them to be deported, but they often don’t. They hire illegal immigrants/refugees, because they can be paid less than the U.S. minimum wage/not be guaranteed benefits. That said, illegal immigrants/refugees who have jobs do pay taxes which benefits our economy, but unless they become legal citizens, most never receive government-funded benefits like social security, food stamps, and Medicare/Medicaid (andĀ those who do have to live/work in the U.S. for 5 years 1st). Whenever some1 claims illegal immigrants are taking away jobs from Americans, this is only part right. Many don’t have the equivalent of a high school education so they often take jobs as farmers, construction workers, maids, gardeners, janitors, and restaurant workers, which are jobs many Americans don’t typically want. And many manufacturing/coal mining jobs were lost due to automation/outsourcing, while legal immigrants tend to have college educations/the capability to start business and create jobs in the U.S.

    Finally, many people who come here illegally or seek refugee/asylum status don’t tend to stay for more than a few years (some do but not the majority), and they work to earn money to send back to their families or seek safe heaven until they can return home. When they do get a job, they are jobs that many of us don’t want, but if a boss hired an illegalĀ immigrant/refugee over an American, why aren’t you mad at the person who didn’t hire you because you would be paid more? President Trump’s border wall (as The Young Turks have pointed out) won’t keep immigrants/refugees out, and make keeping them in easier. Nowadays the fastest growing groups of immigrants are Latin Americans (the 7 countries south of Mexico) and East Asians (Chinese, Japanese, Filipinos, and Indians), while more Mexican immigrants are returning home in recent years. And without cheap immigrant/overseas labor, the prices of everyday goods would go up since they will cost more to make here by American workers.

    Overall we do have an illegal immigration/refugee problem, but there are solutions we can take to solve the problem asides from deporting them all. And despite the negative rhetoric by some, America benefits more from immigrants/refugees than we are hurt by them. If you read all of this, thank you and share your thoughts/opinions.

    • Posted by Shrenk Ogre, at Reply

      No seas mamon, refugiados Musulmanes son peligrosos no jodas

    • Posted by jmetalgomez, at Reply

      Jesse Torres I completely agree

    • Posted by andre brewer, at Reply

      Strongly agree with you! I like your opinionšŸ˜Ž

    • Posted by johnmburt1960, at Reply

      +Jesse Torres Thank you for what they call on Tumblr a “Resource Post”!

  4. Posted by big dog, at Reply

    yeah yeah yeah you guys figure it out im sure it will be great. just gimme whatever yeah i will sign it. Now excuse me i have a doulble cheeseburger waiting in my room and hannity is coming on soon

  5. Posted by Rikunda, at Reply

    Trump is not going to read it. Just put it on his desk, and he will sign. Make it look like a giant check, and he will sign it faster.

    • Posted by Poochie Collins, at Reply

      Include in the small print that he will resign from office. Could you imagine the hilarity?

  6. Posted by hudsle, at Reply

    Yeah. Didnt he promise something like this last September or so, and then reneged almost the next day? Probably forgot. You know, cuz of that non-existent attention span and memory that comes with being a “stable genius”

    • Posted by get gud, at Reply

      Yep, he last spoke to Pelosi and Schuma alone and it was Great, everyone loves me now, then the next republican talks to him and the Deal’s off, what deal, there was no deal!?

      He flip flops harder than a beached whale.

  7. Posted by jacksparrowismydaddy, at Reply

    he’ll change his mind if the last person in the room says to scrap it

  8. Posted by Dean Purcell, at Reply

    What? Mexico is not going to pay for the wall? Foolish Trump voters lose again. Sad!!

    • Posted by Robert Johnson, at Reply

      Dean Purcell Trump supporter here I could care less if Mexico pays for the wall.

    • Posted by Edmund Burke, at Reply

      In other words, Trumptards don’t care if daddy Rump lied to them.

    • Posted by Robert Johnson, at Reply

      Edmund Burke don’t worry Edmund… if you like your doctor you can keep your doctor šŸ˜‰

  9. Posted by Jedimonk, at Reply

    He’s going to tweet tomorrow and go against everything he said today.

    • Posted by jerry Miller, at Reply

      His Fan club won’t even realize that he betrayed them, for one day!

  10. Posted by BRANDEN BAILEY, at Reply

    They were really trying to do bipartisan.

  11. Posted by david adame, at Reply

    YES! anyone who disagrees with protecting DACA recipients is not concerned with the budget. plain and simple. We (the tax payers) have put almost 1 million kids through the U.S. education system and now the government wants to either kick them out or make them undocumented workers in minimum wage jobs. I WANT A RETURN ON MY MONEY. I want the engineer, doctor, lawyer, teacher and nurse that I paid for! I don’t need another drive through employee for my tax dollars.

    • Posted by R Q, at Reply

      Most Americans support a daca deal. The ones who don’t are butt hurt rednecks who don’t realized that they won’t get anything they want if they don’t negotiate.

  12. Posted by cindy a, at Reply

    It doesn’t matter what Trump does his base will kiss his feet every step of the way. So stop worrying about the opinion of his supporters. They don’t matter, they are irrelevant at this point.

    • Posted by Kavita8, at Reply

      NO!!!!….we won’t …TRUMP will be toast if he betray his base and cave on DACA without that WALL is built first

    • Posted by fux yews, at Reply

      Well I once had a conversation with my friends grandmother who both in the same conversation spoke favourably of Joseph Stalins’ ruling and that two of her sons were at some point sent to the Gulags and one died there..

      It’s a crazy world..

  13. Posted by The Brotha, at Reply

    If Trump want money to build that wall he better LEGALIZE weed federally

  14. Posted by Peter Starzomczyk, at Reply

    You Demorats really want that DACA for votes.

    • Posted by jerry Miller, at Reply

      I don’t need TYT to realize he’s not only a buffoon. He makes that painfully obvious!

    • Posted by jerry Miller, at Reply

      Remember when Regan gave amnesty to millions of illegals in 1986?

    • Posted by You Can't Handle The Truth, at Reply

      (((Leftist))) know that non-whites are genetically and intellectually inferior to the superior white race. They know that they are inherently less capable of civilizational and economic success than the superior white race. They know that if they come into white countries they will inevitably end up on welfare funded by the tax dollars of the superior white man. That is why they welcome them in: to get more welfare state votes.

    • Posted by jerry Miller, at Reply

      Tell China that. They’re eating our lunch…just ask Trump. He has a lot of his crap made there, like his ties!

    • Posted by Thomas MacKelly, at Reply

      Peter Starzomczyk are republicans incapable of being an attractive party for DACA individuals?

      They have nothing to offer at all?

  15. Posted by erdvilla, at Reply

    Just give him his resignation letter so he signs it. I’m sure he’ll be angry when he finds out, but then he’ll be relieved and satisfied with all the free promotion he did for over a year.

  16. Posted by beethovensbeloved, at Reply

    The only thing Trump is ready for is caca.

    • Posted by THE END C30, at Reply

      beethovensbeloved šŸ’©šŸ’©šŸ’©šŸ’©…

    • Posted by Mike C, at Reply

      It’s spelt Kaki.
      As in Kakistocracy!

  17. Posted by Juan L.A., at Reply

    Trump’s base should get replaced with immigrants. Send his hateful base to North Alaska.

    • Posted by Joe Truth, at Reply

      Juan you need to be deported. We don’t want you here.

    • Posted by Juan L.A., at Reply

      Joe Truth
      Get it done. I’ll wait for you to do it……

    • Posted by Mike C, at Reply

      Florida Gator
      lets deport all people below average, I am sure many of the TYT trumper trolls would make this

    • Posted by xXOssisxX, at Reply

      trumps wife was an immigrant lol xD

  18. Posted by mae, at Reply

    They should give Trump some impeachment forms AND HE WILL SIGN IT.. LOL.

    • Posted by xXOssisxX, at Reply


  19. Posted by James Harris, at Reply

    How many members of the base are still waiting for that check from Mexico?

  20. Posted by Sandra Nelson, at Reply

    Immigration policy? Oh, kick out anyone brown. Regardless of status. Are they citizens? Strip them of their citizenship and kick them out anyway. Do they have the right paperwork? Doesn’t matter, they’re brown, kick ’em out. Kids brought to America as a baby, they’ve grown up in America and don’t even speak the parents language, and they have been on the honor role all through high school, kick ’em out!!!! Decent, hardworking pillars of the community who’ve never had a parking ticket? Kick them out!!!
    Get the picture?
    Oh, and NO, Mexico will NOT be paying for the wall.