Murphy speaks on Trump border wall

- FILE - U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn) (WTNH)

(WTNH) — President Trump met with a bipartisan group of lawmakers on Wednesday to discuss immigration and border security.

After the meeting, Senator Chris Murphy noted that the president seemed to give mixed signals on whether he wants funding for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.

“The issue of chain migration is, you know, is incredibly complex. I don’t know what they mean by that,” Sen. Murphy said. “If they mean that families shouldn’t be reunited, we shouldn’t allow families to live together here in the United States, that’s not something that Democrats are going to walk arm in arm into.”

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President Trump also suggested during the meeting that he would sign everything from a stand-alone fix for the DACA program to comprehensive immigration reform.

However, a judge in California blocked the Trump Administration’s efforts to end DACA in March. The judge ruled on Tuesday that the administration must resume receiving DACA applications.