Immigration Reform News
Religious leader heads effort to help man facing deportation
A New Jersey man who entered the U.S. illegally decades ago from Mexico has received a 60-day extension to seek a stay of deportation
The Latest: Senators urge immigration officials to help man
New Jersey's two Democratic U.S. senators have written to the acting head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement on behalf of a man who entered the U.S. illegally in 1991
Trump administration hits the 50-day mark
Time flies: Today marks the 50th day of President Donald Trump 's administration and the halfway point in the storied "first 100 days." More than a week ago, Trump said that he would give himself an A for achievement but a C in messaging, though that self-assessment came before his address to a
The Note: New revelations over Sessions' contact with Russia
Trump's first 100 days with SHUSHANNAH WALSHE and VERONICA STRACQUALURSI Day No. 42 The big story: It’s Russia…again. Last night brought more threads connecting Trump associates and the Kremlin, but it was the bombshell Washington Post report that remains the big one this morning. Attorney General
Republican congressman Steve King says Trump's base would abandon him for immigration reform
Rep. Steve King , R-Iowa, says Trump's “base would leave him almost immediately” were he to support immigration reform , as he hinted ahead of his first address to Congress Tuesday night, rather than stick to the tough stance he espoused during the campaign. During a lunch with television network
The Note: Diving into Trump’s first address to Congress
TRUMP’S FIRST 100 DAYS with ABC’s RICK KLEIN and SHUSHANNAH WALSHE Day No. 41 The big story: Choose your own superlative. It was the most effective speech of President Trump’s time in office, his most presidential address, the one where he most clearly surpassed expectations. It’s also, to his
Mike Pence elaborates on Trump's joint address
The vice president joins "GMA" to discuss the messages in Trump's address to Congress and where the Trump administration may compromise to achieve its priorities.
Trump delivers message of optimism in joint address to Congress
Trump called for unity and bipartisanship, softened his tone on immigration and said he will work with "our friends and allies in the Muslim world.
Sen. Chuck Schumer responds to Trump's address to Congress
Schumer, the Senate minority leader, tells "GMA" Trump was "totally detached" from his speech to Congress and "didn't make any of the tough decisions."
ANALYSIS: President Trump brings new tone to old promises
President Trump began a new phase of his presidency Tuesday night with a new tone: upbeat, if only by Trump standards, and just maybe looking to make a few deals. Yet the optimism in the speech was tempered, and of a particular sort –- centered on the president who was the center of attention.