Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Will Sessions’s DOJ Defend DACA? (An Illegal Immigration Magnet)

... If he does, it will be because TRUMP TELLS HIM TO!
President Donald Trump has so far reneged on his campaign promise to “immediately terminate” former President Barack Obama’s amnesty for illegal immigrants who arrived as minors.
However, a looming lawsuit from ten Republican state attorneys general might hasten the end of the program. Texas state attorney general Ken Paxton wrote in letter to Sessions that the federal government will face a challenge on the legality of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals if by September 5 the Trump administration continues to renew or issue new DACA permits.
LINK: Trump says he will treat Dreamers 'with heart'
State attorneys general previously succeeded in their lawsuit against DAPA, which was Obama’s amnesty for illegal immigrant parents of American citizens. If filed, the lawsuit would come before the same Texas federal judge that halted the enforcement of DAPA.
Secretary of Homeland Security John Kelly met with members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Wednesday and warned them that DACA might not survive a legal challenge.
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Kelly Warns Lawmakers DACA Might Not Be Around For Much Longer ... and He Seems Upset About It

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