The liberal media criticized Ivanka for not publicly coming out against her father. The Truth is, no matter what Ivanka does, the media is going to bash her. Her stance behind the separation of families at the border is in line with the President himself. It wasn’t ideal and this Trump wrote the executive order to make immediate changes.
Despite Ivanka’s quiet efforts behind closed doors and the President’s executive order, the liberal media still bears down on them. Slamming the family for trying to solve a problem that the loudest voices didn’t care about until now.
The proof behind their lack of empathy for these children is in the fact that a remedy could not be made through Congress and required an executive order to get immediate relief to the families. It truly showcases how little Democrats actually care.
As Reported By Fox News:
Democratic reticence and their opposition to a border wall have come under intense scrutiny from Trump, who has blamed the party for the failure of Congress to pass immigration reform.
It’s the Democrats fault, they won’t give us the votes needed to pass good immigration legislation. They want open borders, which breeds horrible crime. Republicans want security. But I am working on something – it never ends!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) June 20, 2018
Trump tweeted: “It’s the Democrats fault, they won’t give us the votes needed to pass good immigration legislation,” Trump tweeted on Wednesday. “They want open borders, which breeds horrible crime. Republicans want security. But I am working on something – it never ends!”
On the Senate side, Republicans are rallying behind a different approach. Theirs is narrow legislation proposed by Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, that would allow detained families to stay together in custody while expediting their hearings and possible deportation proceedings.
Cruz’s bill would double the number of federal immigration judges, authorize new temporary shelters to house migrant families and limit the processing of asylum cases to no more than 14 days — a goal immigrant advocates say would be difficult to meet.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., told reporters he’s reaching out to Democrats for bipartisan backing.