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Obama Speaks Out in Disagreement with Trump's Reversal of DACA Program

Obama Speaks Out in Disagreement with Trump's Reversal of DACA Program


 
Former president Barack Obama criticizes the Trump Administration in a Facebook post for ending the Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.
DACA, established by the Obama Administration to protect people who entered the United States as children from immediate deportation, will no longer accept applications, a decision announced Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2017 by Attorney General Jeff Session.
In his Facebook post, Obama says, “To target these young people . . . is cruel.”
Although the program is no longer accepting applications, the Trump Administration is allowing Congress to come up with a solution within six months, a responsibility Obama says Congress never upheld during his presidency.
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