President Joe Biden on Saturday said the Department of Justice would appeal a Texas judge's decision to block new DACA applications. Chip Somodevilla/Getty ImagesPresident Joe Biden said he was "deeply" disappointed a federal judge struck down DACA. Biden said the Department of Justice would appeal the judge's Friday decision. "Yesterday's Federal court ruling is deeply disappointing," Biden said in a statement Saturday. Biden said the DOJ would appeal the decision and the Department of Homeland Security planned to soon issue a proposed rule about DACA.
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