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Rubio: Trump Never 'Gung-Ho on Kicking DREAMers Out' of the Country

Rubio: Trump Never 'Gung-Ho on Kicking DREAMers Out' of the Country

SIMON: Do you have a concern that President Trump might use his position on DACA, as it's evolving, as what amounts to a bargaining chip to get what he's wanted all along, which is to at least begin to build a wall. So now he's going to have to do it in a way he assures this never happens again and we're not incentivizing people to do this in the future, but I never gotten the feeling from the president that he was gung-ho on kicking DREAMers out of the United States. I can go wherever I want whenever I want to, but not them. "I don't know another country", said Mr. Quiroz, who is 27. "We'll see how it works", he said on his way to Florida.

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals programs, which then-President Barack Obama announced after bills that would have had similar effects failed in Congress, allows her to work, and drive her kids to soccer practice. Immediately." That was Donald Trump speaking on the day he launched his presidential campaign: "June 16, 2015. "We're interested in getting border security and the president has made the commitment to the American people that a barrier is important to that security", Short said. "Whether or not that is part of a DACA equation, or. another legislative vehicle, I don't want to bind us into a construct that would make the conclusion on DACA impossible".

After DACA was initiated in 2012, recipients' hourly wages increased by 42 percent, 6 percent started their own business (compared to a national average of 3.1 percent), 21 percent purchased their first auto, 12 percent purchased their first home, and 90 percent received their driver's license or a state identification card.

The lawsuit claims that Trump and Acting Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, Elaine Duke, unlawfully targeted individuals for discriminatory treatment based on their national origin. Microsoft, which has renewed its urgent call to pass the Dream Act, even went so far as to say that it's a higher priority than corporate tax reform.

This is one of the ways in which the establishment of DACA benefited not only its recipients but the community at large.

"For San Jose, the ability to hire DACA recipients has been extremely beneficial".

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Others make a different argument about DACA, one which doesn't involve being particularly upset at Trump.

DACA recognizes that these children (perhaps now adults) had no choice in being brought to the United States. "As a result, this action affects not only DACA recipients and their families, but the very communities to which they contribute so much".

McCluskey said that a year ago, he would have predicted the Dream Act or something like it probably passing in Congress, but in the current political environment, "I have no idea".

Just 35 percent say ending the DACA program was the right thing to do - fewer than the 45 percent who say it was the wrong thing to do.

"The students feel this, but everyone else feels it too", she told CNS.

Making all of this more nauseating was the fact that Trump's decision came on the heels of his refusal for two days to condemn violent neo-Nazi and white supremacist marchers in Charlottesville, Va., and his most recent decision to pardon Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio. "They can't obstruct the wall", he said. Coming to the US was the only way they would stay healthy, so his parents successfully applied to study there.