Many might think that Democrats and Republicans have a very different view on DACA but both parties might find common ground on the issue.
In 2012, President Barrack Obama initiated the executive order called the “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” better known as DACA. In September of last year, the Trump administration rescinded it and left it up to Congress.
Politicians on the other aisle believe this is true.
Both Villalobos and Godinez tell us that this program is beneficial for the 800 thousand Dreamers in the United States who have only ever known the United States as home—–President Trump says this issue needs to be resolved by Congress.
They both tell us that Trump and Congress have work to do.
According to both men, this is something necessary for the Dreamers but something that Congress needs to find a permanent solution to.