At issue is Trump's offer to extend temporary protections for young people brought to the USA illegally and for those who fled disaster zones.
"President Trump's remarks today failed to acknowledge the pain and suffering he has caused to federal workers, contractors, and millions of Americans with this unnecessary government shutdown, and his rhetoric toward immigrants was inflammatory and unproductive", the statement said.
"Trump on Saturday proposed granting temporary protections against deportation for many young immigrants and others fleeing violent or disaster-battered countries". Blackburn. "This proposal that has bipartisan support would provide the much-needed $5.7 billion for a border barrier".
Schumer further accused the United States president of "putting forward one-sided and ineffective remedies", adding, "There's only way out: open up the government, Mr. President, and then Democrats and Republicans can have a civil discussion and come up with bipartisan solutions".
"This is a common-sense compromise both parties should embrace", Trump said.
The White House, though, hasn't gotten assurances that Democrats will be open to this. President Trump has shown restraint in not doing the same.
Everyone has made their point-now it's time to make a law.
"Top Democrats already oppose Trump's plan".
"We voted for Trump and got Jeb!" she wrote, referring to former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, who had a more moderate immigration position when campaigning for the presidency.
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President Donald Trump is offering to extend temporary protection for people brought to US illegally as children in a bid to secure border wall funding.
Administration officials said the protections would apply only to those now in the Obama-era program shielding them from deportation, and the temporary protected status would apply to those who now have it and have been in the USA since 2011. "To start this process, we have to immediately reopen the government".
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is to bring Trump's proposal to the Senate floor for a vote on Tuesday.
President Donald Trump plans to offer Democrats another proposal to end the shutdown when he addresses the nation from the White House on Saturday afternoon - what officials are describing as his third offer to end the shutdown, according to a senior administration official.
While Trump's statistics on heroin deaths are true, it's unclear what a border wall would do to reduce the amount of heroin coming across the border. But it's drawn nothing but negative reviews from Democrats so far.
The Illinois Democrat is the co-author of the BRIDGE Act, which is legislation aimed at extending protection for DACA recipients, and issued a statement also rejecting the President's proposal.
While few would argue that a humanitarian crisis is unfolding at the U.S. -Mexico border, as the demand for entry by migrants and the Trump administration's hardline response overwhelm border resources, critics say Trump has dramatically exaggerated the security risks and argue that a wall would do little to solve existing problems.
Even after repeated compromises (President Trump moving to a "steel slat" and away from a "wall") and self-admissions of a barrier's effectiveness (House Majority Leader Hoyer confessing "well of course walls work,") they continue to harbor anti-American values and sentiment in their approach towards the current crisis.
That's according to three people familiar with the plans who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss them by name.