Trump trashes bipartisan DACA deal that he rejected yesterday
A bipartisan group of six senators presented Trump with a DACA deal that included proposals for handling the diversity visa lottery system, chain migration, and Dreamers' future in this country. Now Trump is trashing it on Twitter this morning after rejecting it yesterday.
Why it matters: Trump needs bipartisan support to pass a spending bill that includes both border security funding and immigration reform — two areas in which Democrats and Republicans draw hard lines. The six senators whose proposal he rejected represent five different states and account for many different factions of the Senate (from leadership to ranking members on committees covering nearly every policy).