The Deal to restore the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program is “off the table”

President Donald Trump has laid into illegal immigration and the DACA deal, taking it off the table. The President really wants to go nuclear to put some meat into the fight against illegal immigration. This all came out in a series of Tweets that you can read below. What has spurred the President to take this action?

As Written and Reported By Chris Enloe for The Blaze:

President Donald Trump said Sunday that a deal to restore the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, also known as “DACA,” is off the table.

What did he say?

In a series of tweets, the president claimed “ridiculous liberal laws” are exacerbating illegal immigration because they prevent Border Patrol agents from properly doing their jobs.

Trump also instructed congressional Republicans to use the “nuclear option” to pass “tough laws” immediately.

In addition, Trump lamented that Mexico is doing “nothing” to aide its northern ally to help thwart illegal immigration, while claiming the country “laughs” at America’s “dumb immigration laws.”

If Mexico doesn’t act soon, Trump threatened to end the North American Free Trade Agreement.

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