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Trump casts doubt on reaching DACA deal by deadline
President Trump said on Feb. 2 that a deal on the status of 700,000 "dreamer" immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children “could very well not happen” by March 5, when the program protecting them from deportation expires.
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