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Trump Blows Up ‘Compromise’ House Immigration Bill
The president has now positioned himself to the right of his hard-core immigration adviser, Stephen Miller, which is difficult to do.
Team Trump Fighting Immigration Compromise
Even as a bipartisan bill emerges that might get 60 Senate votes, the administration is opposing it stridently.
The Dispute Dividing the GOP in the Debate Over Immigration
Senate Republicans are resisting the House–Trump effort to force restrictions in legal immigration into a deal with Democrats. But maybe not for long.
In SOTU, Trump Tried to Have His ‘Unity’ — and His Nativism, Too
Trump vowed to fight for “all Americans” — then suggested that certain Americans are an inherent threat to our “security and future.”
How Trump’s Immigration Proposal Could Be Trouble for Democrats
Turns out Americans are much more open to restrictions on legal immigration than they are to deporting Dreamers.
Trump’s Surprise Immigration Proposal
The White House presented the outline of a deal — amnesty for Dreamers, but big asks — that might just make everyone mad.
5 Reasons an Immigration Deal Will Be Crazy Hard to Achieve
What might be America’s thorniest domestic policy issue just keeps getting more complicated.
Trump’s Plan to End ‘Chain Migration’ Is Neither Populist Nor Nationalist
Unless Americans who recently immigrated to the U.S. don’t count as members of the American “people” or “nation.”
Why a Government Shutdown Is Looming Again in January
Another month of GOP rule, another month of stressful and arbitrary deadlines.