WASHINGTON – The Republican leaders in the U.s. House of Representatives would next week a debate on a new immigration law and that vote. They go in against the wishes of president Donald Trump, who on Friday pleaded with them to stop until after the elections in november.
“We bring that bill is in a meeting,” said chairman Kevin McCarthy. A day earlier, the vote on a compromise postponed because of the divisions in the Republican ranks the lack of support was expected. A stricter version of the law was by the House been discarded.
In addition, it is excluded that the Senate agree. There are 60 votes are needed; the Republicans have only 51, if they are united.
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