At 6:45 AM we'll talk with Congressman Mike Coffman who is leading one of the Republican efforts to create a legislative solution for the "Dreamers" which lets them stay in the United States with some sort of legal status and probably a path to citizenship.
I believe President Trump when he says that DACA is a very tough issue for him. Candidate Trump (second video below) was almost uniformly against DACA and, while not aggressively against "Dreamers", he wasn't really for them either. As President, Mr. Trump has expresses much more sympathy for those illegal aliens who were brought here as young children (and haven't committed crimes while here.)
Congressman Steve King of Iowa, the immigration-policy heir to our own Tom Tancredo, believes (or says he believes) that letting Dreamers stay amounts to amnesty:
However, politicians far more important than Steve King, including Speaker of the House Paul Ryan and Senator Orrin Hatch are both in favor of doing something that lets these particular illegal immigrants stay:
Another example of a Republican supporting "Dreamers":
Also over the weekend, North Korea appeared to successfully test their largest nuclear bomb yet, and South Korean sources report that the DPRK might be looking to test a new long-range missile:
Our UN Ambassador, Nikki Haley, suggests that Kim Jong Un is "begging for war":