Donald Trump caused this mess by lifting protections for DACA recipients. Paul Ryan is making it worse by not holding a vote to clean it up.
Trump is doubling down on his DACA decision, and hundreds of thousands more immigrants may be in his crosshairs.
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."
Once again, the realities of governing a country and making sound policy have collided with the empty and ill-informed rhetoric Trump spewed on the campaign trail.
Instead of allowing the young man to retrieve proof of his DACA protections and stay in the country, he was shipped back to Mexico.
Opponents of Trump’s mass deportation and Muslim ban policies are using technology to fight back on behalf of the victims of these policies.
His words will matter very little if his administration spends the next four years implementing an immigration policy similar to that of the last four weeks.
Undocumented workers contribute 3 percent of GDP, or nearly $5 trillion in economic growth” that will vanish with Trump’s “military action” against Mexican workers.
One of the president's supporters was left in disbelief after a handful of her Syrian relatives were deported.