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Trump adviser suggests Mexico wall funding won't be linked to Daca legislation

There had been speculation that the president might use legislation giving legal status to so-called Dreamers as leverage to ensure construction on a border wall Donald Trump will not demand that funding for his border wall with Mexico be linked to legislation giving legal status to so-called Dreamers, a top White House aide said on Tuesday. Marc Short, director of legislative affairs, told reporters at a Christian Science Monitor event: “The President is committed to sticking by his commitment that a physical structure [on the U.
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