Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, seen in reflection, poses for a portrait following an interview with the Associated Press at the Trump National Golf Club in Sterling, Va., Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2015. Trump says that if he’s elected president, he’ll know within six months whether he can achieve an elusive peace accord between Israelis and Palestinians, one of the world’s most vexing challenges. But the Republican presidential candidate says he has doubts about each side’s commitment to the peace process. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Deal or No Deal? Trump Bucks Reports of Immigration Compromise with Democrats

After Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer rushed out of a dinner with the president to announce that they had made a deal with him on immigration, Donald Trump took to Twitter – naturally – to, um, clarify that no deal had taken place.

He reiterated that the border wall he has spent so much time talking about is a non-negotiable when it comes to immigration and border security legislation.

This statement is sure to please his most ardent supporters, many of whom got behind him because of his insistence on a border wall.

But, mere minutes later, Trump indicated that some sort of DACA-type legislation is important to him.

It will be interesting to see what the Trump Train crowd will do with the messages the president seems to be sending. It should also be fun to watch the Democrats backtrack on this one too.

No matter what happens – or doesn’t happen – on immigration, leave it to Donald Trump to always keep us guessing.

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