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Speaker Johnson reportedly consults with Trump about killing immigration deal

via Associated Press
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Congressional Republicans used the emergency aid package for Ukraine to push for far-right immigration and border policies.

Democrats, hoping for a compromise, have made concessions, with a potential agreement in sight.

Senate Republicans warn against waiting for a better deal under a potential second Trump presidency.

Sen. Lindsey Graham, said, “To those who think that if President Trump wins, which I hope he does, that we can get a better deal — you won’t.”

While a bipartisan deal might clear the Senate, its fate in the far-right House is uncertain, especially as House Speaker Mike Johnson is coordinating with Trump to oppose compromise.

The former president’s influence, combined with GOP members’ desire to deny Biden an election-year win, makes a successful compromise less likely.

Speaker Johnson said, “He and I have been talking about this pretty frequently.”

This situation echoes past failed bipartisan agreements on immigration due to far-right House Republicans.

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