Schumer and Pelosi went into the dinner on Wednesday with a plan. Trump's views on immigration are a little more nuanced that he is sometimes given credit for. The wall was a campaign rallying cry, but kicking out immigrants protected by DACA was not. Trump did at one point say that DACA protectees would have to leave the country, but he also frequently suggested that he would not prioritize their deportation and would find a solution. To immigration hard-liners, including Jeff Sessions, the Attorney General, Trump's recent decision to end DACA meant that these immigrants would be deported. But Trump has undercut Sessions and others by asking Congress to come up with a legislative solution.