President Trump sent out several Twitter posts Tuesday. The most significant were his tweets about the bi-partisan meeting he held with Republican and Democrat lawmakers Tuesday, where they discussed their unified intent to pass a new bill approving DACA, the program that will protect young illegal aliens, who were brought to America as children, from deportation.

The meeting centered around the passage of DACA, along with immigration reform and funding for President Trump’s wall along the southern border. Trump made it clear that he will definitely be signing a bill to support DACA.

“Thanks to all of the Republican and Democratic lawmakers for today’s very productive meeting on immigration reform. There was strong agreement to negotiate a bill that deals with border security, chain migration, lottery and DACA,” Trump tweeted afterwards.

He followed that up with a second tweet that said, “As I made very clear today, our country needs the security of the Wall on the Southern Border, which must be part of any DACA approval.”

In another tweet, the president sent photos from the Oval Office, and wrote, “Today, it was my great honor to sign a new Executive Order to ensure Veterans have the resources they need as they transition back to civilian life. We must ensure that our HEROES are given the care and support they so richly deserve!”

He signed another document in honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., and tweeted, “It was my great honor to sign H.R. 267, the “Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park Act,” which redesignates the Martin Luther King, Junior, National Historic Site in the State of Georgia as the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park.”

In honor of National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, the president tweeted a photo, along with the following statement: “On behalf of the American people, THANK YOU to our incredible law enforcement officers. As President of the United States – I will fight for you, and I will never, ever let you down. Now, more than ever, we must support the men and women in blue!”

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