Meanwhile, police arrested about a dozen "DREAMers" and civil rights activists in NY on Tuesday during a protest that paralyzed Fifth Avenue in front of Trump Tower here.
But in a statement Tuesday afternoon, McConnell praised Trump's decision to pull the plug on the program.
As he said in his news release issued Friday night, Scott said he supports legislation sponsored by Miami Dade Republican Carlos Curbelo in the House and North Carolina's Tom Tillis in the Senate that would provide a path to legal status for undocumented immigrants brought to the U.S.as children.
According to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, 5,848 Kentucky residents had been approved for protections under DACA as of the end of March.
Minneapolis police say no one was arrested at the rally.
The Obama administration created the DACA program in 2012 as a stopgap as they pushed unsuccessfully for a broader immigration overhaul in Congress.
Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez Fletcher said she would sit outside of USA congressmen's offices with people protected under DACA every day until they hear her message to support continued protections for the young immigrants. "This is our home, and together is how we make this country great", Olga Burks said a few hours after hearing Sessions' announcement.More news: Trump Rescinds DACA Program Protecting Young Immigrants
DACA has provided almost 800,000 young immigrants a reprieve from deportation and the ability to work legally in the U.S.in the form of two-year, renewable work permits.
Organizer and CWRU student Justine Bernacet said, she was in class when the announcement was made by Attorney General Jeff Sessions and immediately she wanted to do something.
Those will be delivered to OH legislators, urging them to take action on the DACA program.
What did President Trump do?
"I feel valuable", said the San Jose woman, "like the country recognizes me". "I think it's still important to keep raising our voices speaking out", Herrera Coria said. Angelica Magana, a Chicago-based kindergarten teacher, called on Illinois Congress members to draft replacement legislation to protect current DACA recipients.
Teresa said they left Mexico 17 years ago for her children's safety and education.
Others in the administration urged the president to keep DACA, arguing that the young people who benefited from it were brought into the US through no fault of their own.
The group encouraged those who support DACA to contact local legislators.