Trump intends to sign the new immigration law
White House spokesman Raj Shah said on Saturday that US President Donald Trump has expressed his willingness to sign either bill of immigration law, submitted by Congressman Bob Judith, or the proposed bill proposed by council leaders Deputies.
Shah said, told reporters: "The president fully supports the Goodt bill and the bill the leaders of the House of Representatives. He will sign either the Judit bill or the House of Representatives leaders bill. "
Trump earlier criticized the practice of separating families from illegal immigrants on the southern border, saying immigration reform was long overdue in the country.
This occurred after the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights accused the United States of serious violations of the rights of children on the southern border of the country, noting that the practice of separation between families is illegal and illegal interference in family life and constitute a serious violation of the rights of the child.