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Author and conservative commentator Ann Coulter denounced President Trump's apparent willingness to make a deal to allow so-called DREAMers to remain in the country. 

Trump met at the White House on Tuesday with top Democrats and Republicans, prodding them to come to an agreement on a border wall and a fix for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients as part of comprehensive immigration reform. 

Coulter called out Trump for seemingly wavering on a wall and for expressing a willingness to work with Democrats on DACA.

Trump said he has faith in lawmakers to come up with a solution that's "really good."

"I'm not going to say 'oh gee I want this or I want that' I will be signing it," he said.

Trump also reiterated that the wall must be included in a final bill. 

"We need a certain portion of that border to have the wall. If you don't have it, you can never have security," he said. 

He also said he is not worried about criticism if a DACA fix is included in the bill. 

"I will take the heat. I will take all the heat you want to give me and take the heat off the Democrats and the Republicans."

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