In one speech, she likely did more work than Trump has done all week, and Republicans could do nothing but tip their caps.
If Congress fails to find a solution, (and that is likely) this means 800,000 people who were brought here as children, will be vulnerable to deportation proceedings and all the charm that ICE brings to the table.
Trump is doing the very thing he accuses opponents of his policies of doing: he is court shopping, or trying to get the case heard in a sympathetic court. Trump's attempt to bypass the lower courts on DACA may further damage the judiciary's independence.
"So let us be clear: any politician who backs up this ransom note is enabling Trump and Miller’s white supremacist agenda."
"These are the guys who wanted to cut Medicaid by $1 trillion over a ten-year period. These are the guys who wanted to wipe out completely the Affordable Care act and throw 32 million people off of health insurance."
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said that Democrats oppose any government funding bill that doesn't include protections for Dreamers.
While hiding in his private club, Trump attacked Sen. Dick Durbin who he blamed for blowing up the DACA deal and tried to use the military as a shield to deflect his racism.
Sen. Chris Coons (D-DE) said a majority of Senate Democrats wouldn't vote for funding the federal government without a deal on DACA. In other words, Democrats are calling Trump's bluff, and if the government shuts down, it will be Trump's fault.
Trump told reporters that he is the least racist person while blaming Democrats for his own opposition to a deal on DACA.
Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) defended Democrats from Trump's claim that Democrats are not acting in good faith on DACA and the Dreamers.
Democrats and progressives of all stripes will need to paint a vivid portrayal of the wonderful life we might have been living with Hillary Clinton as President and the possibilities they can deliver if they achieve congressional majorities.
Senate Democratic Leader Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) that Democrats and Republicans are close to an agreement on DACA.
It doesn’t matter what the issue is. Right-wing Christians have been placing the priorities of the party before the tenants of the faith for decades. However, now they are reaching ever new extremes, emboldened by Donald Trump’s presidency and Republican control of Congress.
In the flurry and frenzy of new scandals and tragedies that wear on the spirit of our country, we must not forget the nine million children who have no say in these matters and the 700,000 Dreamers who enrich our country with their lives and service.
A coalition of individuals and organizations, led by the governor, have come together to raise enough money to pay the $495 DACA renewal fee for all of the state's DREAMers
Trump is dealing with Democrats because he is mad at Ryan and McConnell. Democrats in Congress have figured this out and are using Trump as a weapon to divide the Republican Party.
Trump is doubling down on his DACA decision, and hundreds of thousands more immigrants may be in his crosshairs.
The rescinding of DACA last Tuesday put some 800,000 youth and young adults on a countdown clock with Congress. Without swift action from lawmakers in the House and the Senate to protect Dreamers, families will be torn apart, employers will lose workers, and students will be unable to complete their degree programs.
The GOP representative had planned to "force a vote on his bill to extend work permits and deferred deportations for young undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S. as children."
Congressman Luis Gutierrez said Democrats shouldn't be negotiating with Trump the day after he rescinded protections for 800,000 young undocumented immigrants.