just a few weeks ago, the President announced a new approach to the abolition of the of his predecessor, Barack Obama introduced "Dreamer"program. With the so-called Daca decree in 2012, Obama had protected around 700,000 young immigrants from deportation. Many of them were brought as children by their parents without documents into the country, often from Latin American countries. Trump ended the program in September 2017. The Supreme court stated this in June for illegally – a bitter defeat for Trump, who has made the fight against illegal immigration one of his core themes.
hours later, rowed back to the White house: In the case of trump's announcement, it was only a possible outcome of the current negotiations with the Congress for an immigrant reform, the statement said a government spokesman. "As the President has announced today, he is working on a presidential decree for the creation of a merit-based immigration system to protect US workers," said the government spokesman Judd Deere.
Trump had long been ready to find the Congress a "legislative solution" for the "Dreamer"program, which is explained next to "stricter border security and a permanent power reforms based" on the possibility of "naturalisation could include", Deere more. That this have not been worked out, was the fault of the Democrats.Updated Date: 11 July 2020, 19:19