Make Sure Nancy Pelosi and Other Democratic Leaders Remain with DREAMERS

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Pelosi made it clear that her co-religionists will not give their votes without the concessions they expect in regard to the uncertain situation of the so-called "dreamers", affected by the elimination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program (DACA), whose benefits were suspended last September by President Donald Trump. Fed up, Pelosi began reading the stories of dreamers. He was the school's first undocumented student and was included in Forbes magazine's 2017 "30 Under 30" list, according to the UCSF website.

"Will America be a stronger country if we deport him and others like him?" (Apparently, we're all still depending on the good faith of Mitch McConnell.) Thanks to Mr. Madison's grand design, the House has to agree to any such plan.

The activists who filled a Washington church Wednesday, like liberal leaders nationwide, called out Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer for failing to attach immigration legislation to a must-pass bill like the budget deal.

But cooler heads prevailed on the House floor.

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Leader Pelosi today announced her intention to vote against any deal that doesn't include a solution for Dreamers.

Pelosi said she'd oppose the budget deal unless GOP leaders agreed to hold a House vote on helping the Dreamers. "We've laid out what we would like to see in immigration legislation, and I think it's something that Nancy Pelosi should support", Sanders said.

However, another Democratic lawmaker said some members didn't want Pelosi to make a stand on immigration after the party took a political hit over forcing last month's three-day shutdown. But Ryan said he'll only allow the House to vote on an immigration bill that Trump will sign.

"What are you afraid of?" "That's what we're asking for is just a vote". "So I'm going to go on as long as my leadership minute allows".

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Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said she was not whipping her colleagues to vote no, despite mounting an eight-hour floor speech against a plan that does not address DACA.

Democrats aren't the only source of opposition Ryan may have to worry about.

However, the Freedom Caucus does took an official position Wednesday night that it could not support the pending budget bill, because it involves spending that's "eye-popping and eyebrow-raising". He also needs to golf almost twice a week - some 93 times in all since his inauguration - taking more time off on the links than the predecessor whom he criticized so mercilessly (while cheating like hell).

"People in our caucus will do what they think is in the best interests of their constituents and for the country", the New York Democrat said. "When you put it all together, a quarter-of-a-trillion-dollar increase in discretionary spending - not what we're supposed to be doing".

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The mood in the House was in stark contrast to the comity in the Senate, where Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Democratic leader Chuck Schumer delivered laudatory back-to-back speeches on the accord, which would add almost $300 billion for government programs and suspend the debt ceiling until March 2019.