Democrats in both the House and Senate wasted no time making Trump and the Republican Party pay for their president's DACA bigotry by announcing that if the DREAM Act doesn't come to the floor for a vote in September, they will attach it to every single must pass piece of legislation until it passes.
It remains to be seen whether Congress can pass legislation that will shield Dreamers from deportation, but it's clear the Trump is already regretting the move he made on Tuesday.
Once again, Trump is perpetuating an offensive lie and stirring up minority resentment to please his base, and GOP members of Congress are too spineless to reject it.
Sen. Cory Gardner joined a Democratic colleague to co-sponsor legislation that would give young undocumented immigrants a path to citizenship and protect them from deportation.
Trump's DACA decision puts himself squarely on the wrong side of American history and public opinion. What's new?
During a joint press conference, Sen. Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) made it clear that Trump's plan to ransom the fate of Dreamers to get his border wall paid for was dead in the Senate.
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders admitted that Trump is holding DACA recipients hostage in a bid to get Democrats to pay for his wall.
Rep. Adam Schiff has an amendment that would not fund any Trump effort to deport Dreamers.
A holiday weekend means a new sleazy news dump from Donald Trump, as the White House has leaked that Trump is going to end DACA protection for Dreamers and possibly deport more than 800,000 immigrants who came to the US as children.
In a radio interview back at his home in Janesville, WI, Speaker of the House, Rep. Paul Ryan, tried to blame Obama for Trump's expected decision to end DACA protection for more than 800,000 immigrants who were brought to the US as children.
In a legally sound and blistering statement made public on Friday, 104 legal scholars and instructors of immigration law described Texas Judge Andrew Hanen's decision to block President Obama's immigration executive action as "deeply flawed."
The truth is that since teabaggers became de facto leaders of the Republican Party, they have contemplated various schemes to shutdown Washington.