Democrats have a deal from President Donald Trump that would make the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program legal, but they’re “nowhere to be found,” just like the president has complained, Republican National Committee spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany said Tuesday.
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Federal Judge in Maryland has just ruled that “President Trump has the right to end DACA.” President Obama had 8 years to fix this problem, and didn’t. I am waiting for the Dems, they are running for the hills!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 6, 2018
“They had two years of unified government under President [Barack] Obama,” McEnany told Fox News’ “Fox and Friends.”
“Part of that time, they had a supermajority. They did nothing for DACA recipients.”
Trump’s deal calls for a pathway for 1.8 million “dreamers” protected under DACA, but in return, he wants money for a border wall and an end to chain migration and the visa lottery system for immigrants.
“Yet they left that deal on the table because dreamers and DACA recipients are a pawn to them,” said McEnany, to which Fox News correspondent Jessica Tarlov disagreed.
“I think have you gone too far there,” said Tarlov. “I wish the Democrats had solidified this. But this also happened when our super majority was very early on in Obama’s term here. There was no reason to think that the executive order would expire, there would be a president who wouldn’t renew something like that.”
Obama, she argued, was “very clear” that a solution was needed for DACA.
There have been DACA recipients protesting because Democrats have been resistant to sign Trump’s deal, and Tarlov said she thinks they should apply pressure on both sides, as it will take bipartisan legislation to approve the measure.
“I think we can do something and we need to budge on border security to ensure they can stay,” said Tarlov, a Democrat. “It’s not that Democrats are losing the full support of dreamers and immigrant community here.”