January 24, 2018
By W. James Antle III
As Congress voted to reopen the federal government, senators huddled at the White House to discuss “the next steps on responsible immigration reform.” It was noteworthy that Sen. Tom Cotton was there and Sen. Lindsey Graham was not, according to the guest list.
That is the opposite of what some on Capitol Hill want, even as the White House dug in Tuesday with press secretary Sarah Sanders declaring a Graham-backed bipartisan immigration proposal “totally unacceptable to the president” and “dead on arrival.”. … Read the full story by the Washington Examiner.
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