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Reaction to Trump's immigration offer casts doubt on a deal

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's State of the Union offer of a "down-the-middle compromise" on immigration did nothing to move Republicans and Democrats closer to a deal, as Democrats accused the president of lacing his speech with racially charged remarks and Republicans dug in on their demands. The reaction to Trump's high-profile overture suggested both parties were settling into a protracted tug-of-war.
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