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President Donald Trump is defending his negotiations with Democratic leaders on immigration, as he apparently moves closer to a deal that would protect so-called "Dreamers" from deportation.

Trump on Thursday denied reports that he struck a deal overnight with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), while insisting “massive border security would have to be agreed to in exchange for consent.”

Trump also reiterated the importance of a wall along the U.S. border with Mexico, but did not say if funding for it would have to be part of a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) deal.

"This has been as clear as mud," Chris Wallace said on "America News HQ."

"An awful lot of Republicans on Capitol Hill don't know whether he made a deal to continue DACA, to make it law, with or without an agreement on the wall."

Wallace said "this looks bad," particularly to the people who make up Trump's base, many of whom are extremely dedicated to the border wall.

"Lord knows he campaigned on it a lot, that they were going to build a wall - a real wall, not just a virtual wall - and that Mexico would pay for it," Wallace said.

He said if Trump fails to achieve that, he would be "breaking faith" with many of his most ardent supporters.

"If Trump goes back on the wall, there are a lot of folks who are going to be very disappointed."

Watch more above and see Ann Coulter's angry response.


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