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    New York Democrats Cuomo, de Blasio, Schneiderman Support Sanctuary Cities

    https://ag.ny.gov/press-release/ag-s...lear-president

    A.G. Schneiderman Updates Legal Guidance For “Sanctuary” Jurisdictions, Making Clear: President Trump’s Deportation Policies Don’t Change Local Governments’ Right To Protect Immigrant Communities

    At Least 9 NY Localities Are Using A.G. Schneiderman’s Guidance To Protect The Rights Of All New Yorkers, Regardless Of New Federal Immigration Enforcement Practices

    NEW YORK – In response to President Trump’s recent executive orders and Department of Homeland Security memoranda, Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman updated his legal guidance to support local governments and law enforcement agencies in protecting vulnerable immigrant communities. Attorney General Schneiderman’s supplemental legal memo issued today makes clear: no part of President Trump’s policies changes local governments’ right to protect their immigrant communities by codifying “sanctuary” policies into local laws.

    Anticipating major changes to federal immigration enforcement, on January 19thAttorney General Schneiderman released legal guidance to provide localities and local law enforcement with model laws and policies to become sanctuary jurisdictions. Since the guidance was issued, at least 9 localities across New York State have used it to protect their immigrant communities, regardless of new federal enforcement practices. Those localities include Rochester, Syracuse, Ithaca, Albany, Kingston, Newburgh, Hudson, White Plains, and Irvington.

    “Our legal guidance is clear: President Trump does not have the authority to unilaterally transform state and local police into federal immigration agents,” said Attorney General Schneiderman. “We know that effective policing – and safe neighborhoods – depend on building and maintaining trust with the communities our officers bravely serve. Yet President Trump’s draconian immigration policies seek to undercut that trust, threatening to drive immigrant communities underground and make them fearful to report crimes, serve as witnesses, and more. The fact that local governments across New York State are utilizing our guidance sends a strong message that we will do what it takes to protect our immigrant communities.”

    Following President Trump’s executive orders and DHS memos, a number of local governments and law enforcement agencies contacted the Attorney General’s office to confirm that the January 19th legal guidance still applied.

    “After closely reviewing the Executive Orders and DHS Memoranda, the NYAG has concluded that none of the provisions contained therein alter or invalidate the analysis and model provisions set forth in the Guidance. Localities still retain substantial discretion to limit their involvement in federal immigration enforcement. The NYAG issues this Supplemental Memorandum to assure localities that they may continue to consult the Guidance to keep our communities—including our immigrant neighbors—safe and secure,” the Attorney General’s supplemental legal memo states.

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    http://www.cnn.com/2017/11/30/us/kat...ict/index.html


    Undocumented immigrant acquitted in Kate Steinle death
    By Holly Yan and Dan Simon, CNN

    Updated 2:21 AM ET, Fri December 1, 2017

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    San Francisco shooting suspect pleads not guilty
    Kate Steinle SF shooting victim
    Officials sued in San Francisco shooting death

    Steinle family: Kate's law is part of her legacy
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    Trump waited to call Steinle family so they could grieve

    Jury finds Zarate not guilty of Steinle murder
    STEINLE FAMILY FILES CLAIMS TO HOLD SAN FRANCISCO SHERIFF ROSS MIRKARIMI, IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT (ICE) AND THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBLE FOR DAUGHTER'S DEATH For Immediate Release: PRESS CONFERENCE WHEN: 11 AM, Tuesday, September 1, 2015 WHO: Attornies Frank Pitre, Brian Schnarr & Alison Cordova of Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy Jim Steinle and Liz Sullivan (parents of Kate Steinle) and brother Brad Steinle WHERE: Polk Street steps of San Francisco City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place,
    Trump: Steinle verdict a 'travesty of justice'
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    Defense lawyer: Verdict should be respected

    This case sparked a sanctuary city debate
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    San Francisco shooting suspect pleads not guilty
    Kate Steinle SF shooting victim
    Officials sued in San Francisco shooting death

    Steinle family: Kate's law is part of her legacy
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    Trump waited to call Steinle family so they could grieve

    Jury finds Zarate not guilty of Steinle murder
    STEINLE FAMILY FILES CLAIMS TO HOLD SAN FRANCISCO SHERIFF ROSS MIRKARIMI, IMMIGRATION AND CUSTOMS ENFORCEMENT (ICE) AND THE BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT RESPONSIBLE FOR DAUGHTER'S DEATH For Immediate Release: PRESS CONFERENCE WHEN: 11 AM, Tuesday, September 1, 2015 WHO: Attornies Frank Pitre, Brian Schnarr & Alison Cordova of Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy Jim Steinle and Liz Sullivan (parents of Kate Steinle) and brother Brad Steinle WHERE: Polk Street steps of San Francisco City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place,
    Trump: Steinle verdict a 'travesty of justice'
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    Defense lawyer: Verdict should be respected

    This case sparked a sanctuary city debate
    Story highlights
    A jury convicted Jose Ines Garcia Zarate of being a felon in possession of a firearm
    Kate Steinle's death spurred legislation called "Kate's Law," though it has not passed the Senate
    San Francisco (CNN)A jury on Thursday found an undocumented immigrant not guilty in the July 2015 death of Kate Steinle, a decision that reignited the debate over immigration policy.

    Jose Ines Garcia Zarate, 45, was acquitted of murder and involuntary manslaughter charges, as well as assault with a deadly weapon. Jurors convicted the Mexican citizen of being a felon in possession of a firearm, which could bring a three-year sentence.
    Prosecutors had argued Garcia Zarate intentionally shot Steinle, 32, with a Sig Sauer .40-caliber handgun as she and her father walked on San Francisco's Pier 14. But Garcia Zarate's defense attorney said the shooting was accidental and the bullet ricocheted off the ground and traveled about 80 feet before hitting Steinle.

    Federal immigration officials said they will try to deport Garcia Zarate. He had been deported from the United States five times prior to Steinle's death.
    Reaction to the jury's decision, after more than 24 hours of deliberation over six days, was swift. President Donald Trump called the verdict "disgraceful." Attorney General Jeff Sessions said San Franciso's status as a sanctuary city was largely to blame for what happened that summer day. Before the shooting, officials in San Francisco released Garcia Zarate from custody instead of turning him over to immigration authorities.
    Kate Steinle, 32, was killed in July 2015.
    Kate Steinle, 32, was killed in July 2015.
    "A disgraceful verdict in the Kate Steinle case! No wonder the people of our Country are so angry with Illegal Immigration," the President tweeted.

    "I urge the leaders of the nation's communities to reflect on the outcome of this case and consider carefully the harm they are doing to their citizens by refusing to cooperate with federal law enforcement officers," Sessions said in a statement.
    Sessions said: "When jurisdictions choose to return criminal aliens to the streets rather than turning them over to federal immigration authorities, they put the public's safety at risk."
    Conservative pundit Ann Coulter said Steinle "would still be alive if we had a wall," referring to the President's call for the construction of a border wall between the US and Mexico.

    But one of the defendant's lawyers said the debate over immigration didn't belong in the case.
    "From day one, this case was used as a means to foment hate, to foment division and to foment a program of mass deportation," public defender Francisco Ugarte said.
    "Nothing about Mr. Garcia Zarate's ethnicity, nothing about his immigration status, nothing about the fact that he is born in Mexico had any relevance as to what happened on July 1, 2015," the defense attorney said.
    Steinle's family: Justice 'was not served'
    Assistant District Attorney Alex Bastian said prosecutors were disappointed in the verdict but respected the jury's decision.
    "I can't stress this enough, this really is about the Steinle family. They've shown incredible resolve in this whole process," he said. "Our hearts go out to them."
    Steinle's family did hear the jury's decision. Before the verdict, they told the San Francisco Chronicle that above all, they were looking forward to no longer being in the spotlight.
    "We just want to get this over with and move on with our lives, and think about Kate on our terms. Nothing's been on our terms. It's been on everyone else's terms," said Steinle's father, Jim.
    After the verdict, Jim Steinle told the Chronicle he was "saddened and shocked."
    "There's no other way you can coin it. Justice was rendered, but it was not served," he said.
    What are sanctuary cities, and can they be defunded?
    What are sanctuary cities, and can they be defunded?
    Deportation imminent?
    Tom Homan, deputy director of the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement, also criticized San Francisco's sanctuary city policy.
    "San Francisco's policy of refusing to honor ICE detainers is a blatant threat to public safety and undermines the rule of law," he said in a statement. "This tragedy could have been prevented if San Francisco had simply turned the alien over to ICE, as we requested, instead of releasing him back onto the streets. ... Following the conclusion of this case, ICE will work to take custody of Mr. Garcia Zarate and ultimately remove him from the country."
    The fatal shooting
    Steinle, her father and a friend were at the pier when a bullet struck Steinle's lower back and tore through her abdominal aorta, authorities said.
    Kate Steinle: San Francisco shooting victim known for thinking of others first
    Kate Steinle: San Francisco shooting victim known for thinking of others first
    Surveillance video showed Garcia Zarate running away. After his arrest, investigators found gunshot residue on his right hand, prosecutor Diana Garcia told jurors.
    Garcia Zarate faced a charge of second-degree murder, but jurors also were allowed to consider first-degree murder and involuntary manslaughter convictions.
    Prosecutors said Garcia Zarate was playing his own "secret version of Russian roulette" and deliberately fired into an unsuspecting crowd on the pier, killing Steinle.
    Defense attorney Matt Gonzalez said Garcia Zarate found the gun at the pier. He said it was wrapped in cloth, and when Garcia Zarate unwrapped it, the gun accidentally discharged.
    But in a police interrogation, Garcia Zarate admitted to firing the gun, saying he was aiming at a seal.
    Juors began deliberating Tuesday in the murder trial of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate.
    Juors began deliberating Tuesday in the murder trial of Jose Ines Garcia Zarate.
    He told police that he stepped on the gun, causing it to fire.
    Prosecutors said Garcia Zarate immediately tried to cover his tracks by throwing the gun into the San Francisco Bay, then fleeing the scene.
    Garcia Zarate was formerly known as Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, one of several aliases he is known to have used. CNN and other media outlets previously identified him as Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez.
    Sanctuary cities and 'Kate's Law'
    Steinle's death stirred an already heated debate over immigration. Before the shooting, officials in San Francisco had released Garcia Zarate from custody instead of turning him over to immigration authorities.
    Officials sued after Kate Steinle's death

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    Freya Horne, chief legal counsel to the San Francisco County Sheriff, said in a 2015 interview that Garcia Zarate was let go because there was no legal cause to detain the suspect.
    Steinle's family filed a lawsuit in 2016 alleging that San Francisco and its former sheriff were partly to blame for Steinle's death, because officials never notified Immigration and Customs Enforcement when Garcia Zarate was released from a local jail in April 2015. City officials have said they're not liable for a former inmate's actions. A federal judge dismissed the family's claims against San Francisco and former Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi earlier this year.
    Steinle's death became a rallying cry for Trump and others, who have invoked the case in decrying sanctuary cities and promoting the construction of the border wall.
    "This senseless and totally preventable act of violence committed by an illegal immigrant is yet another example of why we must secure our border immediately," Trump said in July 2015. "This is an absolutely disgraceful situation and I am the only one that can fix it. Nobody else has the guts to even talk about it. That won't happen if I become President."
    Trump also mentioned Steinle in his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention after winning the Republican presidential nomination.
    This summer, the House of Representatives passed H.R. 3004, dubbed "Kate's Law" -- a measure named for Steinle. The legislation would increase maximum prison penalties for immigrants caught repeatedly entering the US illegally.
    The measure was introduced in the Senate but failed to get the 60 votes needed to pass.

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    Most sane Americans have no problem with immigration, Governor Lepage

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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
    Most sane Americans have no problem with immigration, Governor Lepage

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    Given the fact that Donald Trump, a REPUBLICAN, that supports a BORDER WALL that is under construction, was elected as our 45th president, I find your statement to be rather dubious.

    And let me ask you Tom Steyer, is there anything SANE about letting that pos Garcia Zarate back into this country after he'd been deported FIVE times no less by DEMOCRAT presidents, and then sought the safety of a sanctuary city? So he could murder an innocent American walking with her father on a San Francisco pier?

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    "Under construction"???

    Really?

    Did you hear that on FauxNews too?

    Seriously,

    1. Not under construction

    2. Not funded

    3. Mexico hasn't paid the fat lying buffoon a peso for it.

    4. Isis wasn't defeated in 30 days either

    5. We don't have trade surpluses with Ghhina either

    6. Are you tired of all that "winning" yet Governor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
    Most sane Americans have no problem with immigration, Governor Lepage.
    http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/wo...rticle/2626186

    Working class voters flee Democrats over party's support for illegals
    Paul Bedard
    Jun 16, 2017

    Democratic support for immigrants -- legal and illegal -- is chipping away at their support from the party's historic base, working class voters, who believe that the newcomers are robbing jobs.

    "The Democrats have moved from seeking to manage and champion the nation's growing immigrant diversity to seeming to champion immigrant rights over American citizens'," according to longtime Democratic pollster Stanley Greenberg.

    In his warning shot, the former pollster for Bill Clinton, who tracked a similar political shift in the 1980s when he discovered "Reagan Democrats" in Macomb County, Mich., said the difference this time is that many American minorities feel the same way as whites.

    "The Democrats don't have a white working-class problem. They have a working-class problem," he said in his latest analysis of his party's woes. "Do not assume that African Americans do not share some of those concerns; many in our focus groups raise anxieties about competition from new immigrants," he added.

    While he found that Americans still see immigrants as hard working, they do worry about the costs of immigration. More than 60 percent, according to Greenberg, believed granting legal status to illegal immigrants will "lead to greater competition for public services and more than half believe it would take jobs from American citizens."

    And this is where it hurts Democrats: 41 percent believe immigrants "take jobs from U.S. citizens" and half believe legalization "would be a drain on government services."

    Since the 2016 election, Greenberg has returned to Macomb County to gauge the effect of President Trump and he found that Trump supporters have doubled down on concerns. For example, he told the Prospect, "It was clear how central concerns about immigration, borders, foreignness, and Islam were to their receptivity to his call to take back America. Many thought [Hillary] Clinton, on the other hand, wanted ‘open borders."


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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
    "Under construction"???

    Really?

    Did you hear that on FauxNews too?

    Seriously,

    1. Not under construction

    2. Not funded

    3. Mexico hasn't paid the fat lying buffoon a peso for it.

    4. Isis wasn't defeated in 30 days either

    5. We don't have trade surpluses with Ghhina either

    6. Are you tired of all that "winning" yet Governor?
    WTF do you get your news from?


    Border wall prototypes take shape at San Diego construction site




    People pass border wall prototypes as they stand near the border with Tijuana, Mexico, Thursday, Oct. 19, 2017, in San Diego. Companies are nearing an Oct. 26 deadline to finish building eight prototypes of President Donald Trump's proposed border wall with Mexico.

    SAN DIEGO— The last two of eight prototypes for President Donald Trump's proposed border wall took shape Thursday at a construction site in San Diego.

    The prototypes form a tightly packed row of imposing concrete and metal panels, including one with sharp metal edges on top. Another has a surface resembling an expensive brick driveway.

    Companies have until Oct. 26 to finish the models but Border Patrol spokesman Theron Francisco said the last two came into profile, with crews installing a corrugated metal surface on the eighth model on a dirt lot just a few steps from homes in Tijuana, Mexico.

    As the crews worked, three men and two women from Nepal, ages 19 to 30, jumped a short rusted fence from Tijuana into the construction site and were immediately stopped by agents on horseback.

    Francisco said there have been four or five other illegal crossing attempts at the site since work began Sept. 26.




    The models, which cost the government up to $500,000 each, were spaced 30 feet (9.1 meters) apart. Slopes, thickness and curves vary. One has two shades of blue with white trim. The others are gray, tan or brown — in sync with the desert.

    Bidding guidelines call for the prototypes to stand between 18 and 30 feet (5.5 and 9.1 meters) high and be able to withstand at least an hour of punishment from a sledgehammer, pickaxe, torch, chisel or battery-operated tools.

    Features also should prevent the use of climbing aids such as grappling hooks, and the segments must be "aesthetically pleasing" when viewed from the U.S. side.

    The administration hasn't said how many winners it will pick or whether Trump will weigh in himself.

    There is currently 654 miles (1,052 kilometers) of single-layer fence on the 1,954-mile (3,143-kilometer) border, plus 51 miles (82 kilometers) of double- and triple-layer fence.

    "I'm sure they will engage in a lot of tests against these structures to see how they function with different challenges," U.S. Rep. Bob Goodlatte, a Virginia Republican who chairs the House Judiciary Committee, said Tuesday after touring the construction site.

    Trump has asked Congress for $1.6 billion to replace 14 miles of wall (22.4 kilometers) in San Diego and build 60 miles (96 kilometers) in Texas' Rio Grande Valley, the busiest corridor for illegal crossings.

    Here's a rundown of companies building prototypes, their headquarters and value of their contract. Two are making one concrete prototype and another using other materials.

    CADELL CONSTRUCTION CO., Montgomery, Alabama. ($344,000 for concrete wall, $320,000 for other wall)

    Its tan concrete wall is thick at the bottom and narrows considerably toward the pointed top. The other, also tan, has metal poles on the bottom, a metal plate in the middle, and concrete block on top.

    The general construction company founded in 1983 says its projects include U.S. embassies in Beijing and Kabul, Afghanistan, terminals at Houston's George Bush International Airport and renovations to the Denver Mint.

    W.G. YATES & SONS CONSTRUCTION CO., Philadelphia, Mississippi. ($453,548 for concrete wall, $458,103 for other wall)

    Its models are a darker brown than other prototypes and topped by round beams. Its concrete panel has a plain face; its metal one has a corrugated surface.

    The 53-year-old company has worked in a wide range of projects, including a Toyota plant in Blue Springs, Mississippi, a county jail in Olmito, Texas, a marine terminal in Jacksonville, Florida, and a power plant near Panama City, Florida.

    ___

    Two companies are building concrete walls.

    FISHER SAND & GRAVEL CO., Tempe, Arizona. ($365,000 contract)

    It's the only prototype to be built entirely on site — as opposed to being hauled in. Its tan surface gradually narrows toward the top, like a long triangle.

    Part of conglomerate Fisher Industries, the company produces sand, gravel and other products for roads, dams and large public works projects. The company is active is 12 western states.

    TEXAS STERLING CONSTRUCTION CO., Houston. ($470,000 contract)

    The gray surface of the U.S. side is stamped with patterns of different-sized bricks, like a driveway or sidewalk at an upscale home. There is a steel plate on top with prongs that feature at three metal spikes, resembling an agave plant.

    Parent company Sterling Construction Co., founded in 1991, specializes in water and transportation projects, including highways, bridges, ports, light rail, wastewater and storm drainage systems. It is active in Utah, Texas, Nevada, Colorado, Arizona, California and Hawaii.

    Two companies were selected to build walls made of materials other than concrete.

    KWR CONSTRUCTION INC., Sierra Vista, Arizona. ($486,411 contract)

    Its gray metal columns are topped with a large metal plate. The small, Hispanic-owned company counts the Homeland Security, Defense and Interior departments among its largest customers.

    ELTA NORTH AMERICA INC., Annapolis Junction, Maryland. ($406,319 contract)

    Its solid metal wall features six light blue squares with white trim on the bottom third, topped by dark blue beams and metal plates.

    ELTA is a large Israeli defense contractor owned by state-run Israel Aerospace Industries. The company, which makes radar and other gear, opened its new U.S. headquarters in Maryland in May.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
    "Under construction"???

    Really?

    Did you hear that on FauxNews too?

    Seriously,

    1. Not under construction

    2. Not funded

    3. Mexico hasn't paid the fat lying buffoon a peso for it.

    4. Isis wasn't defeated in 30 days either

    5. We don't have trade surpluses with Ghhina either

    6. Are you tired of all that "winning" yet Governor?
    And answer the question you bleeding heart libtard..... IS THERE ANYTHING SANE ABOUT LETTING POS GARCIA ZARATE BACK IN THIS COUNTRY OVER AND OVERAGAIN UNTIL THIS TRAGEDY HAPPENED WITH KATE STEINLE?

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    I also find it rather ironic that democrats do not care about Cuban immigrants? The whole wet foot, dry foot strategy norm of the past suddenly isn't good enough for the democrats. Cubans are not to be allowed into this country.

    WHY IS THAT? It couldn't be because they would probably vote REPUBLICAN if given the opportunity, could it?

    What do you think would happen if suddenly there was an influx of migrating Jews into the US? Do you think the democrats would be right there to aid them when the fact is they would vote in sweeping favor of a Republican president?

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    Is this your Maine State of the State address, Gov Lepage?

    By my count, Rump has already pissed away a whole bunch of taxpayer money on his idiotic and unnecessary prototypes for his s**twall. Why does the racist buffoon need money anyhow? Didn't he promise 142, 678 times that Mexico was paying for it??

    Keep drinking that Koolaid, Governor.


    Impeachment after the GOP bloodbath in Nov is guaranteed followed by resignation and conviction on multiple corruption counts in NYS for his Org Crime family business should land him and the whole crooked bunch in orange jumpsuits in 19

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    Quote Originally Posted by sg3 View Post
    Is this your Maine State of the State address, Gov Lepage?

    By my count, Rump has already pissed away a whole bunch of taxpayer money on his idiotic and unnecessary prototypes for his s**twall. Why does the racist buffoon need money anyhow? Didn't he promise 142, 678 times that Mexico was paying for it??

    Keep drinking that Koolaid, Governor.


    Impeachment after the GOP bloodbath in Nov is guaranteed followed by resignation and conviction on multiple corruption counts in NYS for his Org Crime family business should land him and the whole crooked bunch in orange jumpsuits in 19
    Is there ever going to be a time when you realize that you've been fed a bunch of crap from the mainstream media? Lies that you fell for hook, line, and sinker? That you've humiliated yourself in the process?

    Trump has pissed away taxpayer money on prototypes? You do realize Mexico has been GIVEN on average around 250 million dollars annually over the last 8 to 10 years? All Trump has to do to force Mexico to pay for the wall is to take away their"allowance".

    Wake me up when all the arrests happen, OK?

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    Note: DACA involves 3.3 million immigrants. Not the 800,000 figure Democrats use.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AlbanyJet View Post
    Note: DACA involves 3.3 million immigrants. Not the 800,000 figure Democrats use.

    Will the democrats be so dumb as to hijack the federal budget because of DACA. TRump already agreed to compromise as part of immigration reform. Give Trump money to build the wall and we'll talk about dreamers.

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