Trump takes center position in polarizing immigration debate

President Donald Trump shares responsibility for the shutdown because he bungled a bipartisan deal to let numerous Dreamers stay.

Nearly half of Republicans say they care personally at least somewhat about the "Dreamers", but that is lower than the nearly two-thirds of independents and the nearly nine in ten Democrats who do.

The official was not authorized to speak publicly on the issue and spoke on condition of anonymity.

"In a bipartisan meeting here at the White House two weeks ago we outlined a path forward on four issues: serious border security, an end to chain migration, the cancellation of the outdated and unsafe visa lottery and a permanent solution to DACA", Sanders said.

"That's why the administration has told Congress, 'You should do it".

Moreover, both parties should be ecstatic that they could pass a major bill that the nation almost unanimously supports.

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Rounds says they see a problem jumping the 8,000 dreamers up on the immigration line. John Cornyn (R-Texas).

Cornyn is working with No. 2 Senate Democrat Dick Durbin of IL on a compromise and also will take part in a meeting later Wednesday by a larger bipartisan Senate negotiating group. Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Sen.

The spin was that Democrats were taking the side over illegal immigrants against soldiers and other federal employees and the services they provide.

Historically, DACA has not been in the hands of Congress. President Obama, after not garnering the necessary votes for the Dream Act of 2011 due to a Republican filibuster, signed an executive order in 2012 that allowed immigrants in good standing who came to the United States when they were younger than 16 to remain in the country and obtain work permits.

President Donald Trump blasted Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer's decision to pull a border wall from negotiations over the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, saying a wall is required as part of any potential deal. 68% of Americans now disapprove of the way Congress is handling its job, up seven points in the last week, higher than it has been in years.

Trump says he's confident that he can reach a deal on the issues.

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In Queens, where there are almost 55,000 Dreamers, according to the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs, Crowley offered some words of encouragement.

A growing group of centrist Senators that stepped in to end the shutdown is trying to bridge the gaps between the right, left and the White House.

Sanders said that this proposal does not meet the standards set out by Trump for an immigration agreement.

The program, which began in 2012, gave qualified Dreamers, who were brought illegally to the United States as children, temporary protection from deportation and the ability to study and work in the United States.

Cornyn holed up in his whip office off the Senate floor with White House legislative liaison Marc Short until late in the night before the government shut down early Saturday.

That same day, January 9, 2018, a U.S. District Court judge in San Francisco blocked Trump's decision to end DACA, saying that the government must now start to accept renewal applications again from persons already in the program.

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Senators from both parties have started a fresh search for compromise immigration legislation, but leaders concede that the effort won't be easy and are already casting blame should the effort falter.

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