The Senate's week of debate to reach a solution for young immigrants covered by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program was off to a rocky start on Tuesday, and the White House did not make things easier Tuesday night by issuing a veto threat. President Trump "will veto any bill that doesn't advance his common-sense immigration reforms," a senior administration official told Axios. One of the proposals before the Senate does roughly match the four pillars Trump wants to see in an immigration bill, but the three parts not dealing with DACA focus on long-term curtailing of legal immigration and funding Trump's border wall. "There's almost zero chance the Senate approves a bill Trump will like," Axios notes.

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