Trump admits he'd sign DACA amnesty, says "comprehensive immigration reform" (a bigger amnesty) would follow
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President Trump promised Tuesday to sign what he called a "bill of love" to extend protections to 800,000 immigrants who entered the United States illegally as children — if Congress can work out the details.
"You folks are going to have to come up with a solution. And if you do, I will sign that solution," Trump told 25 lawmakers in a remarkable, freewheeling negotiation at the White House with reporters in the room.
But funding for a border wall remains a sticking point, as Trump insisted that border security remain a part of any deal to replace the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that temporarily protected immigrants who came to the United States as children.
"A clean DACA bill to me is to take care of the 800,000 people," he said. "We take care of that, and we also take care of security. And then we can go to comprehensive (immigration reform) later on."
comprehensive immigration reform is a full-on amnesty that'd cover millions of illegal aliens. No one who truly opposes amnesty would pledge to make a trade for amnesty and then promise to push an even bigger amnesty.
Trump supporters need to patriotic to the USA, not just to Trump. They need to tell him in no uncertain terms: no amnesties of any kind.