Speaker of the House Paul Ryan. Photo: Don Ryan / AP

When asked about Dreamers' future in America Wednesday morning, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan told reporters, "I think people should rest easy," apparently echoing Trump's April comment that Dreamers should "rest easy."

Why it matters: That's putting a lot of pressure on Congress, which is tasked with coming up with a legislative solution before permits will be allowed to expire — starting on March 5.

Be smart: For Ryan, the way forward on DACA is about the border, since he said the problems with DACA stem in part from U.S. borders remaining unsecured. He added he believes if a bill has Trump's support, he is "confident" his caucus will put it through.

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Leon Black says he "made a terrible mistake" doing business with Jeffrey Epstein

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Apollo Global Management CEO Leon Black on Thursday said during an earnings call that he made a "terrible mistake" by employing Jeffrey Epstein to work on personal financial and philanthropic services.

Why it matters: Apollo is one of the world's largest private equity firms, and already has lost at least one major client over Black's involvement with Epstein.

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Jeremy Corbyn suspended by U.K. Labour Party over anti-Semitism report

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The U.K. Labour Party has suspended its former leader, Jeremy Corbyn, after a watchdog report found that the party failed to properly take action against allegations of anti-Semitism during his time in charge.

Why it matters: It represents a strong break by Keir Starmer, Labour's current leader, from the Corbyn era and one of the party's most persistent scandals.

U.S. economy sees record growth in third quarter

The U.S. economy grew at a 33.1% annualized pace in the third quarter, the Commerce Department said on Thursday.

The state of play: The record growth follows easing of the coronavirus-driven lockdowns that pushed the economy to the worst-ever contraction — but GDP still remains well below its pre-pandemic level.