President Trump has announced he will be ending DACA
President Trump has announced he will be ending DACA, and the affects of the decision could leave almost 800,000 DACA recipients in jeopardy of facing possible deportation from the United States. President Trump did allow a 6 month window for congress to allow any changes to be made for the repeal of DACA, that could possibly spare some of the US born citizens that’s lives could be uprooted within the next year.
Ever since news broke on the discontinuation of the program, millions of protesters from around the United States began a nation wide walk-outs from the employers and other organizations to express the frustrations with the Trump administrations and the unfair treatment of minorities in the United States.
The decision has also caused President Trump to become even more isolated, from his large corporate sponsors as many of the CEO’s and members of his advisory boards are resigning the positions and attempting to distance themselves from the President.
— Paola Mendoza (@paolamendoza) September 6, 2017
Hey #DACA supporters and Dreamers, I am ready to march on the White House on Saturday & I’d love to join a million people. noon? Retweet?
— Patriotic Moose&Lamb (@GinoKusa) September 6, 2017
POLITICAL CHAOS OF TRUMP:
1. Do something horrible like rescind #DACA
2. Gauge Public’s reaction
3. If it hurts his ratings say just kidding
— PROUD RESISTER 👊 (@ProudResister) September 6, 2017
— Channel 2 KWGN (@channel2kwgn) September 5, 2017