https://www.usatoday.com/story/news...r-presidents-possible-dreamer-deal/670479001/ I don't really know how widespread this is, maybe just the liberal media trying to use the actions of a few to show some sort of mass revolt. Apparently, some Trump supporters are angry that President Trump is willing to work with Dems, and try and show a little compassion for Dreamers, burning their Make America Great Again hats in protest. While I agree that Trump should have ended the executive action of deferred deportation for people that were brought, illegally to the US, that isn't really a political decision, it's one based in law. President Obama overstepped is Constitutional authority in issuing DACA, Congress writes the laws, and the executive carries them out. One can not just refuse to enforce the laws that they don't agree with, it undermines the principles of equal justice under law, that we are a nation of laws, and the separation of powers. Whether or not I agree with Trump's decision to try and work with Congress to change the law, it's his decision to make, and I can understand his wanting to show compassion for people. I think these MAGA burners are just snowflakes that don't understand how politics works, they think that Trump should do whatever they want because they supported him. That just isn't how things work in the real world, most of the things politicians do are going to upset someone, anyone, when you support a politician you have to understand that some, or even most of the decisions they make maybe something you don't like or agree with, it's no reason to throw them under the bus. You have to ask yourself, is what they are doing legal, and is it within the powers of their office? Then you have to ask yourself what is to be gained? Trump has been demonised by the left as a "White Nationalist" and "Xenophobe" from the earliest days of the campaign, there is nothing wrong with showing people a little compassion, and showing people they are wrong to demonise you because they don't agree with some of your views. There is also nothing wrong with bi-partisanship, and giving the other side a little of what they want now, in the hopes they may help you with what you want down the road.