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All Eyes on Trump as Senate Begins Immigration Free-for-All

Chip Somodevilla/Getty As the Senate kicks off its free-for-all process to craft bipartisan immigration legislation, some leading Republican voices are pinning their hopes on President Donald Trump to prevent any legislation they might pass from dying in the House as it did the last time Congress took a stab at immigration reform. But Democrats have wraned that relying on the president is a major gamble.
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