‘We’ll just have to be patient’: The final push for Trump’s immigration policy

It’s the final push on the issue, with Republicans on both sides of the aisle pushing to allow undocumented immigrants to stay in the United States.

The GOP-led Congress is working on a bill to keep families together for a few more years after that initial phase.

The Democratic-controlled Senate is considering the bill.

But both bills are stalled in the Republican-led House.

Democrats have vowed to continue to fight, even as they’ve been able to rally a grassroots contingent of Trump voters.

The White House has said it will continue to push to keep undocumented immigrants in the country, but that it’s not a final goal.

It says it’s “committed to supporting legislation to permanently reduce immigration and build a pathway to citizenship for all Americans.”

In the meantime, Trump has said he will focus on reducing legal immigration, particularly for high-skilled workers who can’t afford the cost of citizenship.

“It’s the biggest problem we have,” he said in March.

“We have to have a path to citizenship and the largest problem we’ve had in terms of immigration is we have a massive problem of legal immigration.”

The president also wants to see more people sent home for drug offenses.

He said he’s also considering cracking down on illegal border crossings and cracking down further on undocumented immigration.

Trump’s policies have drawn criticism from Democrats and Republicans alike, who say they are causing massive and unjust deportations.

The president has also called for a border wall and expanded deportations, which some have called for.

A bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced legislation in January to create a temporary path to permanent residency for undocumented immigrants, and the House passed that legislation last month.

Democrats in the House and Senate are trying to hammer out a compromise on a path for undocumented immigrant children.

Both the House bill and Senate bill would provide temporary residency and work permits to undocumented immigrants who meet certain requirements, and they would also expand legal immigration.

The House bill would create a pathway for undocumented parents to apply for temporary residency if they meet certain other requirements.

Both versions of the legislation would expand legal immigrant visas, with a temporary work permit for spouses and dependent children of U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents.

The Senate bill includes some changes to the temporary work visas for spouses of U to green card holders, but they don’t include a pathway.

The bipartisan Senate bill, however, would extend permanent residency to parents of U and green cardholders, if they also meet other requirements and would also provide an expedited processing for children of legal permanent residency.

A White House official said Monday that the president’s proposals are working, but the administration’s efforts are still being monitored by the Department of Homeland Security.

“The president’s policies are working,” the official said.

“They are getting attention from both sides, and we’re continuing to do everything we can to make sure that this issue is addressed and dealt with.”

For now, the White House is focusing on immigration.

“He wants to keep the pressure on on immigration, he wants to take it to the border, he’s trying to make it a priority, but it’s been tough,” the senior White House aide said.

But he also acknowledged that Trump’s focus on immigration has been a bit different from the focus of his administration.

“On the border it’s really focused on what’s happening on the border and border enforcement, on the southern border,” the White the official added.

“I think we’re seeing a little bit more focus on the family aspect of immigration.”

Trump has already faced pressure from Republican lawmakers over his immigration stance, including from Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York.

“If I were president, I would send my border agents back to their countries.

They would be deported and sent home,” Schumer said in April.

“But we’re going to need to do a lot more work to stop illegal immigration and keep families and communities together,” he added.

But Schumer has been able leverage Trump’s rhetoric and policy decisions to garner some support for his plan.

“One thing that is clear from the president is that he is not only looking for votes on immigration but also on the economic side of it.

So it’s clear that he’s doing the best he can in the face of this pressure from both parties,” said John Burton, an immigration expert at the Cato Institute.

Trump has also been able make the case that his policies are necessary to address the immigration issue. “

Trump is looking to create an opening for Republicans to have some sort of immigration legislation, but he is also making clear that this is not a finished issue,” Burton added.

Trump has also been able make the case that his policies are necessary to address the immigration issue.

“Our immigration system has been broken for decades and we need to get it fixed,” Trump said in a speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference in February.

“This is one of the most important issues we face, and it’s going to take time, but we’re making progress.”