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Trump Schedule || Monday, September 4, 2017

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7 Responses to Trump Schedule || Monday, September 4, 2017

    • It seems as if McCain has decided to die in the midst of destroying Trump’s Presidency. Perhaps McCain is crazy bitter that he lost the Presidency twice and Trump won in on his first attempt to run for office. Perhaps McCain has become addicted to being petted by the Left for being a “good” Republican. Perhaps his disease is affecting his emotions. He should resign and spend the rest of his days enjoying his wealth and his family.

      • Oh so agree! Unfortunately he is our senator.
        He has been running on ‘build a wall’ every six years, for the last 30 years. Then, elected yet again, he disappears…he holds “town halls” where you must have an invitation to get in. The rest of us only hear about it & how great mccain was on local evening news.
        Hopefully Dr. Kelli Ward kicks Flake’s butt, Flake is mccain jr. ‍♂️ smh.

  1. Anonna – I don’t think that McCain’s family or wealth are any comfort to him. I think the only thing he enjoys is being in the spotlight – he seeks it often enough. His funeral will no doubt hold center stage on the world stage, but, alas, he will miss it. Poetic justice?

    • This is from Wikipedia’s article about DACA.

      Eligibility
      To be eligible, illegal immigrants must have entered the United States before their 16th birthday and prior to June 2007, be currently in school, a high school graduate or be honorably discharged from the military, be under the age of 31 as of June 15, 2012, and not have been convicted of a felony, significant misdemeanor or three other misdemeanors, or otherwise pose a threat to national security. The program does not provide lawful status or a path to citizenship,[26] nor does it provide eligibility for federal welfare or student aid.[27]

      In August 2012, the Migration Policy Institute estimated that as many as 1.76 million people could be eligible for DACA. Of those, 28% were under 15 and would have to wait until reaching that age to apply. In addition, roughly 20% did not meet any of the education criteria, but could become eligible by enrolling in a program before submitting their application. 74% of the eligible population was born in Mexico or Central America. Smaller proportions came from Caribbean and South America (11%), Asia (9%), and the rest of the world (6%).[28]

      To qualify for DACA, applicants must meet the following major requirements, although meeting them does not guarantee approval:[26]

      Came to the United States before their 16th birthday
      Have lived continuously in the United States since 15 June 2007
      Were under age 31 on 15 June 2012 (i.e., born on 16 June 1981 or after)
      Were physically present in the United States on 15 June 2012, and at the time of making their request for consideration of deferred action with USCIS
      Had no lawful status on 15 June 2012
      Have completed high school or a GED, have been honorably discharged from the armed forces, or are enrolled in school
      Have not been convicted of a felony or serious misdemeanors, or three or more other misdemeanors, and do not otherwise pose a threat to national security or public safety
      To show proof of qualification (verify these requirements), applicants must submit three forms; I-821D, Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals; I-765, Application for Employment Authorization; and I-765WS, Worksheet, as well as supporting documentation.[26]

      Dreamers have to pay an application fee of $495.