On Tuesday the second Federal Judge temporarily blocked the Trump administration from ending the DACA program. DACA recipients are now able to renew their status. The Supreme Court justice said the decision to end the DACA program was "plainly incorrect factual premise" saying the program was illegal. Later this week the supreme court is due to sit behind closed doors and discuss whether or not to take up Trump's administration's appeal of the case. There was some negative light shown when talking about this, when discussing the point of view from Trump. Federal Judges also have a rule in when it comes to deciding on what rules and laws to pass, more power then I knew they had.
Trump explains his eagerness and readiness to find a solution to the current immigration disputes. Some obvious bias are when discussing Trumps opinion about the Democrats restricting his ability to make progress on the DACA program. Trumps son-in-law will be visiting Mexico City in attempt to relieve some tension. There were four proposals brought to the senate floor, and each of them were turned down for various reasons. In the article there are many times where Trump is quoted about the Democrats "unwillingness" to work on the immigration laws.
September Trump announced that they would be pulling the plug on DACA, on March 5th. Trump is asking the supreme court to jump in on the case, but they said they weren't ready to leap in yet, until now. That pushed the March 5th deadline out of the way for congress. Congress is taking heat from DACA supporters, they are saying that congress was supposed to help them, instead most of the congress members ended up passing. There are many factors that will go into ending DACA if it does happen. Now that the president and congress have made their deal, it is up to the supreme court to cast their vote. This really shows the power of the supreme court, because in they are the final ones to cast their vote on the DACA program.
DACA is an ongoing topic in government. More recently there has been controversy about whether to end DACA or to keep it going. In this article Fox News discusses how Trumps administration is handling their desire to end DACA. I noticed some bias in this article, when comparing Trumps plan to Obama's there were some obvious favoritism towards Trumps plan. Trumps administration wants DACA to end, so therefore with the majority vote DACA may come to an end. The power of being president shows in this article explaining Trump's plan and regularly used quotes from him.
I think the public should know how much the executive branch really works together to solve things like DACA. There are many factors that go into solving a problem like this not just the presidents ruling.