President Trump will meet with Republican House leaders on Tuesday ahead of a planned floor vote on two immigration bills. The more conservative bill written by Virginia Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R) would require the Department of Homeland Security to house detained immigrant families together, but the White House said it would be "tough" to get it through the House. Trump will also discuss a compromise bill that would give Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals recipients a path to citizenship and put $25 billion toward border security and the border wall. Sources say that despite the president's mild support for some aspects of each bill, it's unclear exactly how he will choose to move forward.

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