Supreme Court again confronts Trump?s authority, this time over DACA recipients


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Democrats passed another measure to protect DACA recipients, but Trump and Republicans wanted a more extensive deal that would include the president’s plans to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border.Most recently, Trump has said that a Supreme Court ruling in favor of his administration is necessary to bring Democrats back to the table.“Rest assured that if the SC does what all say it must, based on the law, a bipartisan deal will be made to the benefit of all!” he tweeted in September.The common thread in the Supreme Court showdowns over Trump’s authority has been the president making good on campaign pledges to tighten the nation’s borders and crack down on those in the United States illegally.The justices ended their most recent term in June by stopping the administration’s plan to put a citizenship question on the 2020 Census. Francisco said in a brief to the Supreme Court that the judiciary has no authority to keep the administration from revoking “a discretionary policy of nonenforcement that is sanctioning an ongoing violation of federal immigration law by nearly 700,000 aliens.”He added: “At best, DACA is legally questionable; at worst, it is illegal.”It might seem logical that a program implemented by one president, Obama, could be rescinded by another, Trump.

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