A new poll conducted by the Washington Post and Schar School found Americans overwhelmingly reject a number of the Trump administration's immigration policies on Friday, particularly the now.. WorldNews
Immigration and trade dominate the first phone call between Mexican president-elect Obrador and US President Trump. Relations between Mexico and the United States have been strained over the past two.. euronews
Immigration and trade dominate the first phone call between Mexican president-elect Obrador and US President Trump. Relations between Mexico and the United States have been strained over the past two..
The bishops of Mexico congratulated Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador on his election as the next president of the country, stressing the need to “collaborate in a positive way with our elected.. Eurasia Review Also reported by •CNA
U.S. President Donald Trump and Mexico's next leader, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador discussed immigration, trade and security issues in a phone call on Monday, the two mavericks beginning a dialogue amid.. DNA
The hot-button issues between the US and Mexico – immigration, trade, the border wall – will shift when a new president is elected July 1. Front-runner López Obrador is leading with a 'Mexico.. Christian Science Monitor
The draft legislation includes a path to citizenship for an estimated 1.8 million young immigrants in the US illegally, rankling GOP supporters of President Trump. The plan also includes $25 billion.. Christian Science Monitor
Watch VideoThe House has rejected the GOP's compromise immigration bill.
The measure was shot down Wednesday in a whopping 121-301 vote. It needed 218 votes to pass.
No Democrats voted in favor.. Newsy
The House soundly defeated a compromise immigration bill Wednesday that Republican leaders had hoped would unite warring factions within their party to fund President Trump's border wall and.. USATODAY.com
A sprawling, compromise GOP immigration bill that would have provided a path to citizenship for young illegal immigrants while directing $25 billion for the construction of President Trump’s border.. FOXNews.com
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he will ask Congress for an increase in funding for his proposed wall along the border with Mexico so it can be finished quickly. Newsmax Also reported by •DNA •Sydney Morning Herald