WASHINGTON – It looks unlikely in the short term, a new immigration law that president Donald Trump is so eager to. The House of Representatives rejected Thursday an outspoken conservative bill from the Republican chairman of the legal committee Bob Goodlatte with 231 votes against and 193.
According to the American media decided the leaders of the Republican Party the vote on a milder variant to postpone to Friday to the text of the compromise as to provide that the hardliners and the moderate Republicans there.
That the strict law of Goodlatte would not pick up, was already expected. That was about the financing of the limes wall with Mexico, the restriction of the visa and a temporary protection of ’dreamers’, naturalised immigrants who as a child, the U.S. entered, against expulsion.
The Democrats also have a watered-down version of nothing. Leader Nancy Pelosi spoke of a “compromise with the devil”, although it is the dreamers more offers perspectives on citizenship.
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