President Donald Trump and said that many of the "Dreamers" are not young and that most are criminals.
President Donald Trump said that many of the "Dreamers" are not young and that most are criminals.
President Donald Trump took his Twitter account to give his opinion on the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and said that most dreamers have a criminal record.
On Tuesday, a group of plaintiffs will expose the Supreme Court of Justice of the United States, the reasons why ending the DACA program can be detrimental to the migrant community.
Before the event, President Donald Trump said that many of the "Dreamers" are not young and that most are criminals.
"Many of the people in DACA, who are no longer very young, are far from being" angels. " Some are very hard and hardened criminals, ”wrote the Republican leader.
Many of the people in DACA, no longer very young, are far from “angels.” Some are very tough, hardened criminals. President Obama said he had no legal right to sign order, but would anyway. If Supreme Court remedies with overturn, a deal will be made with Dems for them to stay!
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) November 12, 2019
Despite Trump's claim that some Dreamers are "criminals," many Twitter users pointed to the president for sharing false information, since anyone with a criminal record is no longer eligible for DACA.
Trump seeks agreement for DACA
In the same text, Donald Trump said he would reach an agreement with Democratic lawmakers to ensure that the thousands of undocumented dreamers struggling to remain benefited by DACA can remain in the US; as long as the Supreme Court does not accept the renewal of DACA.
The president's promise comes when the higher court begins hearing oral arguments on Tuesday about Trump's attempt to end the DACA program, which was created by the Barack Obama administration, to protect migrants living without permission of residence in the United States and who arrived, years ago, known as dreamers.
With agency information.