Demonstrations organized by non-immigrant protesters are reminiscent of the immense anti-war protests that took place during the George W. Bush presidency.
"Republicans should stop wasting their time" on immigration reform, Trump writes on Twitter. It is hardly the first time he has abandoned his allies in a moment of need.
The president ignites eleventh-hour confusion over Republican efforts to push immigration legislation through the House.
It is unclear if the offer is a potential breakthrough in the GOP's long-running schism over immigration or would devolve into another failed bid to bridge that gap.
Across the country, centrist Republicans are under pressure to buck their party's hard-line stance on deportations and give "Dreamers" a path to citizenship.
A federal judge rules that the Trump administration must resume a program that has shielded hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation.
Until the border wall is built, "We're going to be guarding the border with the military," the president says.
After a weekend in Florida with several immigration hard-liners, the president calls for a Senate voting rule change—dubbed the "nuclear option"—in a bid to tighten the border.
In a series of tweets, the president also says he may pull out of a trade agreement with Mexico unless it does more to stop people from crossing into the U.S.