The Trump administration has rescinded
the Obama administration's rule protecting parents of Americans and legal residents from immediate deportation
but it has kept in place the rule that gives some protection to those who arrived in the U.S. as children.
Hard-core immigration foes like Sen. Tom Cotton
cheered the end of the so-called DAPA policy. But they want more. Trump had promised during the campaign to end both policies. Attorney General Leslie Rutledge
followed later in the day with cheers for treating immigrants roughly.