DHS keeps immigration vigil at Capitol hill as The Homeland Security secretary persists to plead the agencies in immigration conversations, but she is encountering mistrust from senators about the administration’s dependability on the issue.

The talks on the Hill emerge on the base of the Department of Homeland Security which is working on a fresh list of items it wants to observe on immigration deals. Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri, who was one of the few red-state Democrats to encounter with Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, told that Nielsen candidly that without a commitment from Donald Trump it was not possible to negotiate on immigration with her.

She wanted to speak about in terms of importance of the department in border security as the work on the bill progresses. She said that she could not perpetrate on anything until she had the reinforcement of the President, McCaskill said. Someone has made a resemblance of Lucy and the football. It’s important to know if there is a compromise to be made and that will have the support of the President.  McCaskill elucidated that Nielsen did not perpetrate that she vociferated for the President but did not say that she wasn’t able to, either.

McCaskill said that she did not say she could not, but said that she understood everything. In addition to McCaskill, Nielsen met Tuesday with Sens. Jon Tester, D-Montana, Heidi Heitkamp, D-North Dakota, Lamar Alexander, R-Tennessee, and Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, according to an official.