"We still desperately need a permanent solution to Trump's DACA disaster," the National Immigration Law Center says.
"Our faith compels us to stand with the vulnerable," leaders of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops said in a joint statement.
The conservative commentator claimed Democrats supported immigration because they wanted votes.
Two proposals that would have provided Dreamers with a pathway to citizenship and provided funding for Trump’s border wall failed.
Luis Videgaray, Mexico's Secretary of Foreign Affairs, also said his country's diplomatic relations with the White House are "more fluid and closer than with previous administrations."
The Senate has foregone providing deportation relief for hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought to the country as minors—for now.
Gutierrez added that Democrats were already willing to "go build the wall themselves" if it meant protecting dreamers, but the president shifted the goalposts at the last minute—again.
Earlier in the day, Trump tweeted that Republicans should use the tactic to pass the long-term budget.
The U.S. Supreme Court is being asked to intervene in several ongoing court cases against the Trump administration's decision to end the immigration program.
The deadline for a DACA deal is rapidly approaching.
Judge William Alsup's decision to temporarily block President Donald Trump from ending DACA is only the latest instance of the courts thwarting the administration's immigration crackdown.
Clarke wrote: “These illegal aliens are not all 'Dreamers' many are straight up thugs.”
Senators Bernie Sanders and Cory Booker are the latest lawmakers vowing not to support a federal spending bill without protections for Dreamers.
Sixty-nine percent of Republicans said "Dreamers" should stay in the country and have a path to citizenship.