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No immigration deal near as Trump address, offer are panned

WASHINGTON (AP) — A bipartisan immigration deal between President Donald Trump and Congress is nowhere in sight. Democrats are disparaging Trump's State of the Union remarks as racially divisive, boosting partisan distrust. Trump's offer of "a down-the-middle compromise" stands no chance of passing the Republican-led Congress, with even GOP lawmakers demanding changes. It's unclear whether the two parties can reach an election-year pact protecting hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation and sharpening border security.
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