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“CHAIN MIGRATION cannot be allowed to be part of any legislation on Immigration!”

That’s the tweet from President Donald J. Trump on Friday morning.

The tweet comes as Trump faces a wicked amount of pushback and backlash from some of his strongest supporters over meetings he’s held with Democrats Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi about legalizing DACA for illegal aliens.

In his Walk & Talk Thursday evening, Dennis Michael Lynch tore into the president for even having the conversations, to begin with.

“He’s meeting with Nancy about illegal aliens, and then tweets to us about feeling compassion for these illegal alien kids who are 27 years old? What about American kids who are living in poverty?  Where’s the meeting about them and the single moms out there trying to work three jobs to support their kids,” pleaded DML

Chain migration is a term used to describe “family reunification.” It allows new immigrants to petition for their relatives to come to the U.S. legally. Thus, as DML said in his Walk & Talk, “if we take these 800,000 kids and legalize them, then we eventually take in millions more that follow with chain migration.”

The president’s tweet sparked a reaction from DML Friday, who tweeted back: “Nor can DACA. BTW, my kid still has CommonCore. Why? Drop DACA chats & address USA kids 1st! Talk w/ur Dems about CC. Keep ur promises DJT!!”

While campaigning to be president, Trump promised to end Common Core Curriculum (CCC) in public schools. To date, nothing has been said by the president about CCC, the federal program adopted by the states.

DML’s tweet is below:

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