Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows, R-N.C., One of the negotiations in the compromise bill and a close union of the President, said Friday that he had not called on the president to oppose the compromise bill. Meadows would not say if he supports the legislation and just says he is "positively exposed to the framework" that was discussed but that he had not read the bill yet.
Several home republics on Friday questioned whether Trump was aware of what happens to the bill.
"I saw the interview and I think he responded to the word" moderate. "All he said about his concern is everything in the invoice and I am very disappointed and we just need to go ahead and support this legislation and I hope that The president is reading the bill, "said Rep. Mike Coffman, R-Colo.
"Perhaps there will be some clarification notes this afternoon," said rep. Mark Walker, RN.C., President of the Republican Study Committee, to journalists. "I do not think the bill is dead yet."
Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart, R-Fla., A moderate, told reporters: "I hope that once [Trump] will stop looking at both bills, hopefully he will realize that this is a good invoice."
But others suggested that the bill is dead.
Reacting to Trump's remark, said former Freedom Caucus chairman Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, "I do not think it improves its chances, does it?"
"I think if the president does not support the moderate compromise, then there is no way that the moderate compromise will pass the House because I think [for] some conservative members, there will be enough reasons not to vote for it" , says Ryan Costello, R-Pa., told NBC News.
Trumps hot shocked Capitol Hill, where leaders had emphasized White House's involvement in the process of negotiating the action. Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., Told his members earlier this week that he had talked with Trump about the planned immigration strategy and that the president was excited about the bill himself was based on the president's immigration plan, he told a press conference earlier this week that republicans had "worked hand in glove with the administration on this".
The compromise proposal was released Thursday after two weeks of discussion containing provisions that would provide legal status for illegally illegitimate children in the United States ̵
Ryan has long made clear that he just wants to put legislation on the floor as long as the president will sign it.
"We now have a bill that represents a compromise that will be added to the floor so members can actually vote on legislation that addresses this issue and this has a chance to go to law," says Ryan on Wednesday.
The decision on the compromise proposal was based on negotiations leading to an agreement between moderate and conservative on Tuesday that would allow a vote on the two actions next week. That strategy came in response to the threat of discharge, but that effort failed to get 218 signatures needed on Tuesday for Tuesday to trigger voting for immigration floors this month.
Now that Trump has signaled its opposition to the bill, moderate can return to the petition, which only needs two additional signatures to force the vote on a series of immigration proposals. Discharging applications can only come to the floor on the second and fourth Monday of the month when the House is in session, which would mean moderate could be able to force the voicemail next month before the lower chamber's month-long August depression.
Rep. Jeff Denham, R-Calif., One of the main drivers of accountability, said Friday that efforts to get a vote on immigration next week continue.
Rep. Pete Aguilar, D-Calif., Another driver of the liability procedure said that the president's latest wreck would be a signal to warn GOP congressmen to sign the petition because they could not be relied upon by Trump or Ryan to address the issue.