The Senate voted Monday evening to advance that debate, the first step in potentially protecting hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants brought to the US illegally as children from deportation, but pressure from both the left and right could make it harder than ever to achieve something on immigration. “This President ran on the most outspoken, anti-immigration platform of any presidential candidate in modern history. He said things during the course of the campaign, he’s done things since he was elected President ..and made it clear that this is the bedrock of his base support,” Sen. Dick Durbin, the Democratic whip, told reporters Monday evening. “We hadn’t faced something quite that organized and specific when we took this up five years ago. This has made
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