Democrats claim DACA deal reached with Trump

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., discussed DACA while dining with President Trump, but the White House disputed their claim that a deal was reached to exclude funding for a border wall.
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after that late night meeting with top Democrats who say the president agreed on pushing legislation to protect the d.r.e.a.m.ers but did not demand his border wall in return. That sparked an explosive response from conservatives. Now the president tweeting there is no deal. Tax reform also the top of the president's agenda and after meeting with Republicans and Democrats he says the wealthy will not get a tax cut under his plan and may pay more and will head to Florida with the first lady to meet with victims of hurricane Irma. Our senior white house correspondent Cecilia Vega already on the ground in Florida but the big news, that meeting with Democrats over Chinese food last night. Reporter: Yeah, George. So much for this new-found friendship between the president and Democrats, this morning it is back to politics as usual. He said, they said, was there a deal, was there not a deal? The president is up and tweeting. Take a look. He says no deal was made last night on DACA. Massive border security would have to be agreed to in exchange for concept. Would be subject to the vote but what he is not saying, George, is that this border wall that he wants so much will be tied to funding to save the d.r.e.a.m.ers. At first, it sounded like it went well. Inside the white house the president, his new friends, chuck and Nancy, Chinese food and chocolate pie. When it was over, the two Democrats in the room released a statement calling it a productive meeting saying both sides reached an agreement to protect the d.r.e.a.m.ers in exchange for beefing up border security but that did not include money for the president's border wall. Believe me, if we have to close down our government, we're building thax wall. Reporter: No less than 30 minutes later, press secretary Sarah Sanders took to Twitter saying, while DACA and border security were both discussed, excluding the wall was certainly not agreed to. That bipartisan dinner turning into dinner theater. Senate minority leader chuck Schumer's spokesman tweeted right back saying the president made clear he would continue pushing the wall, just not as part of this agreement. Bipartisan had been the buzzword of the day. Before that bipartisan dinner the president presided over a bipartisan meeting. If you look at some of the greatest legislation ever passed, it was done on a bipartisan manner. Reporter: Where the Democrat turned Republican president sounded a lot Moore like a Democrat, saying the wealthy may have to pay higher taxes. If they have to go higher they'll go higher, frankly. Reporter: It all left the white house facing questions about the president's allegiances. The president is the leader of the Republican party. And was elected by Republicans, so the idea that the Republican party ideas are not represented in that room is just ridiculous. Reporter: And the president, the vice president, the first lady all land here in Florida in just a few hours. They will head to one of the harder hit areas, Naples, Florida, but as for that fight over dinner last night, I have talked to both sides, both sides say the other side is not telling the truth on this one and, George, this morning, the #trumpcaved is trending on Twitter. Let's sort through it with John avlon of "The daily beast."

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