McSally: ‘Democrats Are Asking for the DREAM Act or Nothing’ and That’s a ‘Nonstarter’

‘We need to secure our border and not have a situation where we have 800.000 more DACA recipients’

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MCSALLY: "Thanks, Harris. We've been working on this tirelessly for the last four months together. And we expect to be dropping it as early as tomorrow. And we believe again, if you look at on the one side, you see the Democrats are asking for the DREAM Act or nothing -- that's a nonstarter. I think most Republicans are willing to have a conversation about DACA recipients. But we've got to make sure that we secure our border and that we don't end up in a situation where we have 800,000 more DACA recipients in one, two, five years from now. So these are very reasonable requests that are going to be in our bill that addressing public safety issues, like sanctuary cities, strong border security, also the chain migration, Visa lottery, and some tweaks to asylum reform and the accompanying minor reform, those type of things are going to be in out bill. And -- and this is again, us showing that we are willing to be reasonable and address this issue, but we have to address the root cause as to why we have this issue in the first place."

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