In a closed-door meeting Tuesday, the House speaker exhorted his caucus to get along amid an internecine war over immigration.
The news comes amid a growing rift between moderate Republicans and conservatives in the House over immigration.
Conservative critics had insisted that the House should first hold on vote on Representative Bob Goodlatte's hard-line immigration proposal.
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'If the media and liberals want to defend MS-13, they're more than welcome to,' the White House press secretary told reporters Thursday.
It's useful to pay attention to the magnitude of the benefits, and whether or not low-skill immigration is the only possible way to yield said benefits.
Rank-and-file House Republicans are directly disobeying House leadership's exhortations on immigration.
Trump didn't "lash out at undocumented immigrants," or "refer to immigrants as 'animals.'"
The Trump administration isn't on the same page when it comes to the question of how to handle splitting up illegal immigrant families.
When we deny tradeoffs, insisting that our position is always win-win-win for everyone, it leads to a muddled and unproductive debate.