According to reliable sources, President Trump will finally put an end to another piece of self-gratifying legislation created through executive order by President Obama, the DACA Program, which grants work permits to illegal alien children brought to America by their parents.

The controversial “DREAMERS issue” a phrase coined by Obama has created some extremely unusual alliances between Conservative Republican’s and Progressive Democrats, and regardless of where President Trump comes down on the issue, it’s sure to create another firestorm regarding the emotional issue of immigration.

However, the president is committed to cleaning up the mess created by both the Obama Administration and a “do nothing” congress that has kicked the can down the road, regarding the issue of immigration for countless decades.

The Trump administration has worked tirelessly to scrap the program despite the opposition from the Republicans in the House and Senate, which gives Trump supporters an idea of just how committed these “turn-coat” Republicans truly are to the president’s agenda.

Moreover according to two well-placed sources within the White House, the president has been wrestling with this decision for the past few months, and apparently, Attorney General Sessions finally convinced the president to terminate the program and put in the hands of Congress, where it constitutionally belongs.

The president has decided to delay any enforcement of his decision that he will outline on Tuesday for 6-months to allow Congress a “window-of-opportunity” to actually create legislation regarding those illegal alien children.

A White House aide said that Chief-of-Staff John Kelly, who’s been running the West Wing policy process on the issue, “thinks Congress should’ve gotten its act together a lot longer ago.”

This prompted Florida Sen. Marco Rubio’s announcement that Congress needs to protect the Dreamers.
“My hope is that as part of this process we can work on a way to deal with this issue and solve it through legislation, which is the right way to do it and the constitutional way to do it,” Rubio told CNN in June.

However, if the last 7-months is any indication as to how a “do nothing” Republican Congress helps get the president's agenda passed, perhaps the president should go it alone!

Do you think a “do nothing” congress can get any meaningful immigration legislation passed?

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