President Trump's immigration plan

President Trump has laid out his immigration plan. He says DACA protection will begin expiring for Dreamers in 35 days, meaning illegal immigrants brought here as children will be in danger of deportation.

He's offered not just legal residence for DACA recipients, but also a path to citizenship for those who qualify for DACA but didn't apply. But in return, he wants billions of dollars to fund a border wall and add additional border security. He also says he wants to end chain migration and the visa lottery system. He'll go more in depth Tuesday night on his plans at the State of the Union.

Activist Tony Diaz is on the Factor along with Jared Woodfill, former chair of the Harris County Republican Party.