Two top Democratic senators are demanding that President Trump consult Congress before reducing the number of refugees allowed in the United States annually.
A letter signed by Sens. Dianne Feinstein (Calif.) and Dick Durbin (Ill.) calls on Trump to "immediately begin the process of scheduling the consultation" with members of Congress, rather than unilaterally changing policy.
"To date, we have not received a proposed refugee admissions plan for fiscal year 2018 or received any cooperation from your agencies in scheduling the refugee consultation. We request that the proposed refugee admissions report be transmitted to Congress promptly," the two Democrats wrote.