What’s happening to the American Dream?

The American dream is dead.

What the president and Congress promised us when they came to power in 2010 has been killed by the Trump administration.

In the process, they have destroyed what little hope we had for the future.

The Dream has been taken away.

In a new interview with CNN’s Jake Tapper, a former Dreamer and current Democratic congressman who is a rising star in Congress, former President Barack Obama explains what it means to live on the fringes of American society.

In an era of mass deportation and mass deportations of undocumented immigrants, the Dreamers, now just like all Americans, have become a ghost.

For them, the American dream has been a dream of the past.

It’s a dream that has vanished.

It will never be fully restored.

The first Dreamers to get in the United States were from Mexico and Central America.

And the first to leave was a 16-year-old girl named Grace from Mexico.

She came to America as a little girl.

She was the first child to go to college in the U.S. She went to work, and she was going to be a mom.

And now she’s not even an American citizen.

She’s a non-citizen.

The Obama administration has deported nearly 10 million people, and the number is rising.

The White House said last week that it would deport another 5.6 million people in a matter of weeks.

That means that nearly 8 million people who have been living in the shadows for years have been taken from their families and put in deportation proceedings.

The Trump administration says they’re protecting the country, but there’s no evidence to support that claim.

For the last 10 years, the Trump Administration has been trying to deport 11 million people.

And they’re not just taking undocumented immigrants.

They’re also taking people from countries with no connection to the United State.

In one case, a man was caught at the U-Haul depot in North Carolina and brought to the White House to face deportation.

The man said, “I’ve been here since 2005.

I’ve never had any trouble in my life.”

He was picked up by Customs and Border Protection.

He was given a letter to return to Mexico, where he could go to work or play.

But he never showed up.

He never applied for a green card.

And he never had a legal permanent residence.

And that’s how he was deported.

And for the last decade, we’ve been told, he was one of our biggest winners.

For 10 years now, we have seen the White Houses dream become a nightmare.

Trump’s first priority as president was to remove undocumented immigrants from the United, as he had promised to do on the campaign trail.

But in the meantime, the Whitehouse has been cracking down on sanctuary cities that allow undocumented immigrants to live in the communities where they’re working or raising families.

And, of course, he has tried to deport Dreamers who are living in this country illegally.

The problem with the Dream is not that they’ve been deported.

The dream has already been taken.

It has already disappeared.

And so when President Trump signed an executive order in April that put in place new requirements for federal contractors who perform security functions for the Department of Homeland Security, the contractor was the only person on the list.

When he went to the Department for guidance, they refused to work with the DHS.

They refused to help ICE in their enforcement efforts.

And in August, the DOJ was forced to take action.

ICE and the Department went to court.

They won, and they got their work back.

And then in the fall, Trump was forced by a judge to give DHS some flexibility.

He’s now allowed to release some of his orders from court.

But DHS can’t give DHS any discretion.

DHS is supposed to follow all federal immigration laws.

The department has to enforce the laws.

But that means the Dreamer who has already left his or her home country and gone to work should not be deported.

That would be the Dream’s death sentence.

The administration’s solution to the Dream crisis has been to impose a series of new and controversial new rules on the private sector, creating new barriers to employment, to access health care, to social services.

These rules would create a Catch-22.

And because they would be imposed at the state and local level, they would not apply to the private-sector sector.

So the Dream has died, and now the Dream of millions of undocumented workers is dead as well.

The new regulations are called “DACA” and they were first announced in late April, and in the first week of the administration’s first 100 days, they were being imposed.

These new rules were supposed to be temporary, but they were quickly rolled out, with no consultation or review.

There was a massive pushback, and soon hundreds of thousands of Dreamers were being turned away from jobs.

They had been promised jobs and better health care benefits, but then the Trump Administrations executive order was announced and