What to Know: The Trump administration is expected to announce a revised version of its controversial DACA executive order in the next few weeks.

By now, you probably know that the administration is planning to begin a major crackdown on undocumented immigrants who entered the United States illegally in the past two years, and that’s what the White House is calling for as it prepares to announce its revised DACA executive orders.

This includes a blanket ban on the enforcement of the executive order and a dramatic reduction in legal status for the roughly 11 million people who have lived here legally since 2013.

But it’s important to note that this is just the beginning.

The Trump team has been planning for this moment for some time, and the White the administration has been preparing a plan to implement the order over the next several months, a senior administration official told reporters on Tuesday.

The new executive orders will be released by the end of the week.

It is also expected that Trump will announce a major expansion of border security measures, including the construction of a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.

These plans are expected to be finalized this week, the official said.

If implemented, the new plans would dramatically expand the federal government’s ability to deport undocumented immigrants, according to a report by The Washington Post and The New York Times earlier this month.

The two organizations said the administration was planning to build a “deportation wall” to the border with Mexico and would also begin “rapidly hiring more agents and construction crews to begin constructing that wall.”

This would be a major step in the Trump administration’s deportation plans.

The president has been talking about building a “big, beautiful, beautiful wall” since his election victory, and he’s even said that he would have a “massive, massive wall” in place.

A massive wall has been one of the most controversial parts of the president’s immigration policy, with critics saying it’s going to create a vast, unwieldy and dangerous construction project.

As Breitbart News reported, Trump’s proposed wall would be “far more expensive and take a long time to build than existing walls on the southern border” and that it would also likely cause widespread protests and other problems in the southern United States.

According to The New Yorker, a “top aide to the president” said the plan was still under review.

“The wall was always a big part of the plan,” the aide said, referring to the wall Trump said he would build along the border, which would have included fences and other barriers that would prevent people from entering the country illegally.

In a press conference on Monday, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said Trump would also “sign an executive order to rescind DACA” in the coming weeks.

“It is now a priority to repeal DACA and end DACA once and for all,” Spicer said.

“DACA was a major mistake, it was a disaster, it is a disaster that has caused untold suffering, and it is now time to get it right. “

But we will also protect the border,” Spicer added.

The president is also reportedly considering a “major policy reversal” that would undo the DACA executive actions, the Associated Press reported, citing people familiar with the matter. “

What this administration is doing is trying to get back at President Obama, and President Obama has made clear he’s not going to be happy about that.”

The president is also reportedly considering a “major policy reversal” that would undo the DACA executive actions, the Associated Press reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

But the new executive actions will not go into effect immediately, the AP said.

The White House did not respond to a request for comment from Business Insider.

The DACA executive action is considered a major milestone for the Trump White House, which had been looking to roll back immigration policies enacted by the Obama administration in recent years.

DACA was created under the Obama Administration to protect young people who had entered the country as children from deportation.

But in 2017, the Trump Administration rescinded the protections for undocumented immigrants with criminal records who had been convicted of a felony and had been living in the United State since 2013, or those who had lived in the country legally for at least three years.

The law, which came into effect in 2015, made it a criminal offense to be in the U, and anyone who was in the USA illegally could be deported.

Trump said the DACA protections were a “bad deal for America” during his 2016 presidential campaign and promised to “get rid of it.”

But in recent months, the administration made some changes to the DACA program, including a new policy that allowed people who were in the US illegally to be protected under the program.

The latest executive orders from the Trump team include the revised DACA guidelines, which will require that people who entered into the country without proper documents to be deported, and those with criminal convictions and histories of domestic violence who have been deported will also be barred from re-entering the country for two years.

Those changes also will make it harder for undocumented students and parents to get an education in