After nine months with no accomplishments by Republicans, President Trump extended an olive branch to the Democrats. He's basking in positive reaction to his dinner last week with Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi. They claim he agreed to protect the so-called "Dreamers" from deportation. Immigration hardliners are outraged, and "progressive" Democrats don't like the trade-off for increased border security. But everything Trump says is subject to sudden change, and Dreamers' are still full of anxiety. We look at the talking points -- and the tweets.
Is President Trump going bipartisan?
David Graham - staff writer for the Atlantic - @GrahamDavidA, Clarissa Martínez de Castro - UnidosUS - @WeAreUnidosUS, Mickey Kaus - Political Commentator and Author - @kausmickey, Annie Linskey - Boston Globe - @annielinskey