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"If you don't have the wall, you can't have security".

U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday blasted the federal court system as "broken and unfair" after a judge blocked his administration's move to end a program protecting young immigrants brought to the United States illegally by their parents.

The tone of the discussion, and Mr. Trump's eagerness to strike a deal, triggered warm responses from some of his sharpest critics in both parties.

House Speaker Paul Ryan called Trump's comments "very unfortunate" and "unhelpful" Friday.

The White House had to then clarify Trump's comments by emphasizing that the president still opposes legislation that protects the 800,000 Dreamers now living in the United States if it doesn't include border security measures, such as funding for the border wall.

"The language used by me at the DACA meeting was tough, but this was not the language used", Trump insisted in a series of Friday morning tweets. "I use those words advisedly".

"DACA covers a class of immigrants whose presence, seemingly all agree, pose the least, if any, threat and allows them to sign up for honest labor on the condition of continued good behavior", Alsup wrote. He didn't say exactly what he believes that should entail.

Trump said he then favors moving quickly to address even more contentious issues, including a possible pathway to citizenship for 11 million illegal immigrants that is opposed by many Republicans and many of his supporters.

Tuesday's meeting is unlikely to produce a quick compromise.

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He says Trump wants to welcome immigrants who "contribute to our society, grow our economy and assimilate into our great nation", and will always reject "temporary, weak and risky stopgap measures" that he says "threaten the lives of hardworking Americans" and undercut other immigrants.

Ruiz also said DACA activists are still planning to ask the Democratic party "to hold off their vote on the spending bill on January 19". Experts say it's necessary to leave time to implement a new policy before Dreamers begin to lose DACA protections in larger numbers after March 5, as thousands already have as a result of Trump's decision.

Activist dreamers aren't satisfied with this type of plan, said Juan de la Rosa, a Virginia Tech graduate and DACA beneficiary who still lives and works in Blacksburg.

In an afternoon of drama and confusing developments, three other GOP lawmakers - including two hardliners on immigration - were also in Trump's office for Thursday's meeting, a development sources said Durbin and Graham did not expect. If the diversity visa lottery is eliminated but those visas are open to other individuals, such as holders of temporary protected status, that could be a solution, Menendez said.

Trump's apparent concession so alarmed House majority leader Kevin McCarthy, a California Republican, that he interjected himself, although he was careful only to gently contradict the president. "And we can't take one thing for granted".

Schumer said the judge's ruling "is no guarantee of lasting security" because the judge could be overruled later by a higher court. As such, it was an unlawful circumvention of Congress, and was susceptible to the same legal challenges that effectively ended DAPA.

The immigration effort seemed to receive a boost Tuesday when Trump met with two dozen lawmakers and agreed to seek a bipartisan way to resuscitate the program. The claims and details emerged Thursday when the Senators were questioned by reporters after the Senators' usual Thursday lunchtime meetings.

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced in September that the program would be phased out, saying former U.S President Barack Obama had exceeded his authority when he implemented it in 2012.

"We have different groups working on it right now".

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