The president's last offer, which he will deliver from the White House on Saturday at 4 pm. ET, will link its $ 5.7 billion demand for a border wall with the BRIDGE law, legislation that will extend the protection of so-called "dreamers," non-documentary immigrants who arrived in the United States as children and covered by the DACA program. [19659002Composingtheproposalandallowingmigrantstotakepartinthetemporarystateofdefenseofsomeoftheprotections]
The Chief Administration Officer told CNN that this proposal was staying liquid and could change.
A source familiar with the discussions said the president had also assigned his sister-in-law and White House Adviser Jared Kouchner, who served as Chief of Staff Mick Mulvani and Vice President Mike Pens, to work for a broader compromise proposal,
The three men made a "fair and reasonable proposal," engaging with numerous members of Congress in recent weeks, the source said. Then the assistants began to discuss the proposal with Trump in the last few days to take it on board.
Trump's last proposal to Congress came together last week, and White House employees are working on Friday night to break the details, and Trump will put them on his Saturday afternoon address.
Republican Senator Lindsay Graham of South Carolina has presented such a compromise to the president as early as the end of December.
Another source told CNN that the plan was modeled after proposals that Democrats supported and voted in the past with additional efforts to push them to the negotiating table.
However, the White House has not received assurances that the Democrats will be open to it. Rather, the proposal is based on talks with Republicans and the belief that moderate Democrats are more likely to compromise than their party leadership.
As far as time is concerned, the White House wants to appear that they had a good reason to cancel Nancy Pelosi's trip to Afghanistan and feared that if there is no movement this weekend ̵
The LAW Act – proposed by Graham and Democratic Senator Dick Durbin of Illinois – will grant Temporary Protected Status and Work Permit for Three Years
The President's readiness to turn to APAC in a possible deal on the wall of the border is a twist from his position that the courts must first correct it.
So far, Democrats refused to provide funding for the border wall and urged Trump to reopen the government before the wider agreement on immigration or border security can be dispelled
House Democrats move on to bills without money
Trump's proposal comes when Parliament's Democrats move forward with legislation to boost border security – without funding for the wall – a move that must reinforce the opposition to partial closure of the government to bring its fifth week