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The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is being "rescinded," Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Tuesday from the Justice Department.
President Obama's "unconstitutional" executive action cannot stand, the AG explained. In enacting DACA, Obama "deliberately sought to achieve" what Congress repeatedly rejected.
The 44th president engaged in an "open ended circumvention of immigration laws," Sessions said.
The result was dire "humanitarian consequences," and the loss of hundreds of thousands of jobs that rightly belonged to Americans.
Source: Town Hall