The fate of the recipients of Obama's "Deferred Action" program, referred to as DREAMers, is still up in the air as Iowa Republican Rep. Steve King made it very clear that he is opposed to any effort to keep the program in place.
In a CNN interview Thursday, King tried to explain how some of the illegal aliens granted "deferred status" by Obama could be dangerous criminals, much to the shock of the stunned CNN host.
The question of what should be done with Obama's DREAMers arose after Trump seemed to signal that he might be open to extending their "deferral" status in an interview posted Wednesday. King rightly interjected in the interview that many of these DREAMers are no longer children but are adults after having been in the United States illegally for decades. King seemed to try to blame children for their parents bringing them illegally into the United States before deciding on blaming the parents instead.
On the same side of the aisle but on the opposite side of the issue stands South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, who is preparing a bill to keep Obama's DACA program in place and settle the issue. Trump himself has vacillated wildly between saying he would deport all illegal aliens beginning on the first day of his presidency and the far more moderate position of deporting "criminal" illegal aliens and possibly granting a form of amnesty after securing the border.