Democratic Senator Nancy Pelosi, who will chair the US House of Representatives As of January, he discarded today to approve a budget for the wall with Mexico in exchange for an agreement that allows undocumented immigrants known as "dreamers" to remain in the country.
"No, they are two different issues," Pelosi answered when asked if her party would be willing to negotiate this possibility with the White House, as US President Donald Trump wishes.
The situation of the beneficiaries of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), known as "dreamers" is in danger after President Trump announced the end of that program last year, which could lead to the deportation of thousands of undocumented youth next year.
That order, however, was stopped last January by a judge in California, who ordered the government to accept renewal applications while evaluating five lawsuits against him.
The president has demanded a legislative exit for the "dreamers", although marking a few red lines that the Democrats could hardly accept, such as funds to build a wall on the border with Mexico and end immigration for family reunification.
Trump has again insisted in recent weeks that if the state budget does not include a specific item for the construction of the border wall could not sign them, which would lead to a new closure of the Government, as happened last year.
"I have said it before and I will say it again: the young patriots of the United States – the dreamers – are not exchange currencies", we protect the dreamers, "Pelosi stressed today in a tweet published after his appearance before the media in the Congress.
During the press conference, Pelosi considered that the wall, one of the great electoral promises of Trump during the electoral campaign of 2016, is "immoral, inefficient and expensive" and recalled, in addition, that the US president "promised that Mexico would pay "
To avoid the possible closure, which will occur on December 21 in the event that an agreement is not reached, Pelosi advocated sticking to the proposals that "on which a decision can be reached".