In exchange for the necessary funding, Trump proposed a three-year extension of protections for the almost 700,000 recipients of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, commonly referred to as "Dreamers".
Democrats, however, criticized Trump's proposal for failing to offer a permanent solution for the immigrants in question and because he refuses back away from his demand a wall along the U.S. -Mexico border, which the party strongly oppposes.
"Let me make clear, that what the President proposed yesterday, increasing border security, looking at (Temporary Protected Status), looking at the Dreamers - I'll use that as a starting point, but you've got to start by opening the government", Warner said on NBC's "Meet the Press".
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said that he would bring this legislation to the floor this week. Leaders insisted Trump needs to open the government before beginning any negotiations over border security or barrier funding.
The offer comes on the heels of a 28 day government shutdown that has no end in sight.
Trump also offered to extend the Temporary Protected Status program that blocks deportation of certain immigrants fleeing civil unrest or natural disasters. "His proposal is a compilation of several previously rejected initiatives, each of which is unacceptable and in total, do not represent a good faith effort to restore certainty to people's lives", she said.
NBC's Geoff Bennett argued that these proposals would be unlikely to change the stance of Democratic lawmakers, who have supported Obama-era immigration programmes for years.
The Trump administration has not decided how much, if any, of last year's plan to include in its new proposal.
"There was no government shutdown crisis before Trump created it", said Karine Jean-Pierre, chief public affairs officer for MoveOn.org.
The White House is thinking of using the plan to fund the next generation wireless network, modernize the air traffic control system, and use the re-authorization of the highway bill as a basis for additional road fix. Clyburn said Trump also now seems to be talking more about "barriers" instead of the wall, a shift Clyburn welcomed.
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"First, President Trump and Senate Majority Leader McConnell must open the government today".
"No, Amnesty is not a part of my offer", Trump said on Twitter.
The program drew slim participation and was nixed - drawing serious criticism from Democrats, who said the president was forcing people to take the risky journey.
That's according to three people familiar with the plans who spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss them by name.
He came up with a number of immigration proposals, seeking funding for a wall on the US-Mexico border, which he had earlier said would tackle illegal immigration-related problems, such as illegal drug smuggling, human trafficking, cartel violence, and sexual assaults.
Trump's remarks from the Diplomatic Room marked the second time he has addressed the nation as the partial shutdown drags on.
The president's speech was a clear effort to move toward a compromise.
At issue is Trump's offer to extend temporary protections for young people brought to the USA illegally and for those who fled disaster zones. Sunday's editorial explains why young people who came to the US through the Obama-era program are in peril of being deported.
Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer also dug in during an appearance in NY, where he predicted Democrats would block the president's proposal from passing the Senate.
Trump's son-in-law and senior aide, Jared Kushner, has led the work on the proposals, said three people familiar with White House thinking who were not authorized to speak publicly.