Jan 25, 2017

Ryan to DREAMers: relax

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When asked by Greta van Susteren on her MSNBC show tonight if DREAMers can count on him:

They don't have to worry. We're focused on physical security of the border, we're focused on those who are coming to do us harm, from terrorist states and things like that. That is our focus, and it's on criminal aliens. People who are violent criminals who have not been deported. Those are the things the President said he's going to focus on. That's the legislation he's asked us to focus on for the moment, and that's what we're dealing with.

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