Friday, June 15, 2018

President Trump Says He ‘Certainly Wouldn’t Sign’ Paul Ryan’s Amnesty Bill

 President Donald Trump speaks to reporters at the White House, Friday, June 15, 2018, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

President Donald Trump strongly affirmed on a surprise Friday morning Fox News appearance he would “certainly” not sign a “more moderate” Republican immigration bill that Speaker Paul Ryan is pushing in Congress.

“I’m looking at both of them,” President Trump said speaking of two Republican immigration bills jockeying for support in Congress. Those two bills are Rep. Bob Goodlatte’s immigration bill and Speaker Ryan’s bill. He affirmed “certainly” that he “wouldn’t sign the more moderate one.” The “more moderate” bill of the two is Ryan’s bill.

“I need a bill that gives this country tremendous border security,” Trump told Fox. He added that it has to end catch and release, end the visa lottery, and “we have to have the wall, if we don’t have the wall there’s no bill.”

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  1. so, now congress has a clear and concise image of what the office of the president is seeking in the way of immigration law. why, it's not even necessary for the president to have meetings with congress. they know what the president wants. on them now.
    sure doesn't look like the work of a community organizer; more like the behavior of a business man who knows what he wants and is willing to go get it.
    kinda a nice change for once....

    1. Thanks and I just saw that he would go with either.