Trump Puts Immigration In The Hands Of 'True Believer' Stephen Miller

Trump Puts Immigration In The Hands Of 'True Believer' Stephen Miller

Trump Puts Immigration In The Hands Of 'True Believer' Stephen Miller

Speaking with reporters, Graham singled out White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller as an "outlier", and said despite President Donald Trump's willingness to forge a deal, his aides have made such negotiations hard.

The New York Times referred to Miller as "a tart-tongued and unapologetic true believer in the president's "America First" approach to the issue", and "a lonely gladiator against bipartisan efforts to overhaul the immigration system and provide a pathway to citizenship for roughly 11 million unauthorized immigrants".

At its root is whether the spending bill will address the 690,000 young undocumented immigrants known as Dreamers, whose fate Trump thrust into uncertainty past year.

Senator Lindsey Graham, a South Carolina Republican who has played a leading role in mediating the dispute, repeatedly blamed Trump's staff on Sunday for complicating talks.

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Immigration and border security funding continue to be the primary sticking points preventing progress towards ending the shutdown.

At the center of the fight is the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which President Trump said previous year he would rescind while providing Congress with a window of time to craft a legislative fix.

"Every time we have a proposal it is only yanked back by staff members". But he continued to slam others in the White House, saying they held "extreme and unrealistic views".

Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) on Sunday appeared to echo the reporting from the Times when he attacked Miller for standing in the way of a deal.

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But Graham suggested Trump would be better off negotiating an immigration deal without Miller looking over his shoulder. Kelly said in an interview on Fox News that he had alerted the conservatives to the proposal, but that it was Trump who had insisted they be invited to the meeting. White House staffers and Trump allies alike have reportedly advised the president, who's "itching" to play dealmaker, that lying low is the best strategy: "The more he appears in public, the more this becomes a Trump problem", Republican strategist John Feehery told The Washington Post.

He also said Kelly "has brought order to chaos in the White House". "I think Stephen knows this issue better than anybody else in the White House".

"Look, this is the president's agenda".

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