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17 September 2017, 05:00 | Erica Roy
Chip Somodevilla Getty Images House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady
Trump announced last week that he was ending DACA and giving Congress until March to come up with a legislative solution to address protections for the 800,000 or so participants in the program.
A ton of criticism came from the right for the president because this was a key campaign promise - he talked about how tall the wall would be, how attractive it would be, and now he's backing away from it and also enshrining something that President Barack Obama did into law if this comes to fruition.
"But very importantly, what we want: We have to have a wall", Trump said.
"You can not fix DACA without fixing the root cause of our problem: We do not have control of our borders, so we need border security and enforcement as part of any agreement", Ryan said, adding that even some Democrats agree.
After Wednesday's meeting, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi released a joint statement saying, "We agreed to enshrine the protections of DACA into law quickly, and to work out a package of border security, excluding the wall, that's acceptable to both sides".
"We agreed it would be the DREAM Act", Schumer told reporters, referring to a bipartisan bill that would allow immigrants brought here as children and now in the USA illegally to work their way to citizenship in as little as five years if they meet certain requirements.
But finding out how that Wednesday night meeting went depends on whom you ask.
There's been a lot of talk of "is the president denying that there's a deal?"
"Move fast Congress!" the President said on Twitter.
On another major topic, Ryan said that immigration legislation Congress will be working on "will have to include security measures".
For his part, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said in a statement Thursday that he, too, had spoken with the president about DACA.
In New York, Martin Batalla Vidal, who came to the USA with his parents when he was 7, said he's taken college classes, does "meaningful" nursing home work and pays taxes. But many Democrats oppose lowering the cap on annual legal immigration.
Information for this article was contributed by Erica Werner, Jill Colvin, Jonathan Lemire, Kevin Freking, Andrew Taylor, Alan Fram and Matthew Daly of The Associated Press; by Elise Viebeck, Ed O'Keefe, Mike DeBonis, Paul Kane, Kelsey Snell, Robert Costa and Karoun Demirjian of The Washington Post; and by Sheryl Gay Stolberg and Yamiche Alcindor of The New York Times.
What to do with young immigrants brought to USA illegally?
Christian leaders and activists gathered Wednesday on Capitol Hill to urge Congress to protect young undocumented immigrants. DACA was implemented through a memorandum issued by the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security on June 15, 2012.
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Colorado State, which had two fourth-quarter touchdowns, cut it to 17-10 briefly. "That allowed them to keep the ball". Colorado State: off next weekend before traveling to Hawaii.
British Airways plane evacuated after threat
Anderson told CNN they had not received any further updates from officials but that passengers were re-boarding the aircraft. Travellers had waited on the plane for about an hour, at first being told there were "technical issues".