WATCH: Top Democrats speak about Trump's DACA decision

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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer says that if Congress doesn't pass protections for immigrants brought to this country illegally as children, Democrats will move to attach it to other items this fall "until it passes."

The New York Democrat said in a Senate floor speech that aid for those immigrants "would likely pass without much fuss."

Schumer said "we could solve this problem tomorrow rather than letting the fear of deportation hang over the heads of 800,000" young immigrants, many of whom only know the U.S. as their home.

The announcement came a day after President Donald Trump announced he would end protections against deportation for such immigrants, which Former President Barack Obama issued by executive order in 2012. Trump gave lawmakers a six-month delay in an attempt to craft immigration legislation.

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