The Senate has opened up debate on immigration, a process complicated by the uncertainty of President Trump's position on the subject. Though Trump's campaign rhetoric favored hard-line policy, most vividly the border wall proposal, in office he has both promised to sign any "bill of love" Congress creates and rejected multiple congressional proposals. On Sunday, a group of seven Republican senators, including immigration hardliners Tom Cotton (Ark.) and David Perdue (Ga.), said they would throw in a proposal that matches the main points Trump has supported, but it is not expected to get 60 votes.

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