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Donald Trump says he’s open to give undocumented immigrants citizenship

On late Tuesday, President Donald Trump said that the USA is open to immigration legislation and that it would also provide a legal status to some people living in the US illegally and provide a pathway to citizenship to those brought to the US illegally as children.  On a conversation with news anchors, Trump said, “The time is right for an immigration bill as long as there is a compromise on both sides.” reported Indian Express.

Donald Trump has proved himself to be tough on immigrant which could be easily analysed by his early moves. Not only is he trying to build a US-Mexico border but also sweared to deport the immigrants, and he has too. Since taking office, some of his policy moves have hewed closely to those promises, including new guidance from the Department of Homeland Security that would subject any immigrant in the country illegally to deportation if they are charged or convicted of any offense, or even suspected of a crime.

However, the President has said that he is ready to find for those who were brought to the US illegally as children. Although he railed again President Barack Obama’s executive actions to protect those immigrants from deportation, Trump has not rolled back those safeguards and has suggested he has other priorities.

During a White House news conference earlier this month, Trump said he would deal with the Dreamers with “great heart” but didn’t say what his administration’s policy would be. He called their status “one of the most difficult subjects I have, because you have these incredible kids.”

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday that if Trump has an idea on immigration, “we’d be happy to take a look at it.”

 

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