September 6, 2019
By Jason Devaney
President Donald Trump started his Friday morning by posting a flurry of tweets aimed at the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, saying the order signed by his predecessor in 2012 was illegal.
Trump first quoted Christopher Hajec, the director of litigation for the Immigration Reform Law Institute, in a thread of three tweets. Read the full story at Newsmax.
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