Judge rules Trump administration still not justified ending DACA

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen speaks during a White House press briefing on Aug. 2 2018

The All-Star Panel on "Special Report" reacted to a federal judge ruling that the Trump administration must restart the DACA program for children of illegal immigrants by a date set later this month.

That's the ruling Friday from District Judge John Bates in Washington, D.C. They're asked to give sensitive information, including where they live and admit that they're in the USA illegally when applying, which is why many are on edge as the Trump administration made a decision to wind down the program last September.

In that case, Texas and other states are suing to end DACA entirely; the judge is expected to side with the states based on his previous rulings.

1. Bates Said Trump's Decision to End DACA Was "Abitrary and Capricious" - A Legal Term That Can Imply Abuse of Power In September 2017, the Trump administration announced plans to end the DACA program. Bates' ruling would go further and order the program reopened in its entirety.

Under DACA, roughly 700,000 young adults, often referred to as "Dreamers", were protected from deportation and given work permits for two-year periods, after which they must re-apply to the programme.

Indeed, that corner-cutting has become a major hindrance for Mr. Trump, who has seen judges use the same grounds to question much of his immigration policy, environmental regulation rollbacks and Obamacare decisions.

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In April, the judge gave the government 90 days to restate its argument to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.

Previous court rulings in California and NY have already prevented the administration from ending DACA, but they only ordered the government to continue renewing existing applications.

Judge Bates' order would do that. Currently, the government must continue accepting applications to renew DACA status, if not new applications from those who meet the criteria to qualify. Shutting down the government for illegal aliens is not a winning message.

And he wrote that the new memo, in his words, "fails to elaborate meaningfully on the agency's primary rationale for its decision: the judgment that the policy was unlawful and unconstitutional".

The government now has 20 days to appeal.

The District of Columbia lawsuit was brought by the NAACP, Microsoft and Princeton University. They lives in Bethesda, Maryland, and have three children.

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