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President Trump met with Republican members of the U.S. Senate and laid out his plans for a deal on immigration reform Thursday, indicating he would approve a DACA program to protect illegal alien youths from deportation, in exchange for a deal involving certain immigration changes.

Trump said he wants to end chain migration and the visa lottery program. He also wants Congress to increase border security with patrols, surveillance and additional border wall or fencing.

During the meeting, Vice President Pence also noted that Trump has opened the door to an agreement with DACA and said he will enact immigration reform “with a big heart.”

Dennis Michael Lynch, CEO of DML News, who has consistently warned that DACA must never be given under any circumstances, blasted out the following message on Twitter to the president Thursday evening.

“@realDonaldTrump Your DACA remarks today hit the alarm. If your “heart” is w/ illegal aliens, then its not w/your base. If legalized, Dreamers will vote “D” in future elections, thus subjecting USA to decades of Obama-style leadership. Millions will turn on you instantly. Me too.”

Trump later tweeted about his meeting with senators about immigration, but failed to mention is comments about DACA being “spectacular.” DML tweeted out a second time.

Trump wrote: “Thank you to the great Republican Senators who showed up to our mtg on immigration reform. We must BUILD THE WALL, stop illegal immigration, end chain migration & cancel the visa lottery. The current system is unsafe & unfair to the great people of our country – time for change!”

DML responded: “You often scream foul when the media edits your sentences short, thus it’s disheartening to see you edit your own words by omitting from this tweet the part where you said DACA would be “spectacular.”Lovefest between you and Sen Gramesty is scary. #NoDACA”

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