President Trump reportedly asked White House aides to help him find “a way out” of the predicament surrounding the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program ahead of a key court deadline last week. Sources close to the situation were cited by The New York Times on Monday saying the president was under pressure to keep a campaign promise to end the program and appease several Republican attorneys general who’ve filed lawsuits. The program, with about 800,000 current recipients, protects immigrants from deportation if they were brought to the U.S. while children. Trump’s policy adviser Stephen Miller, Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and former chief strategist Stephen Bannon were reportedly among those pushing for an immediate shutdown of DACA. After some frantic last-minute consultations with Republican lawmakers and staff members in recent days, Trump sought to minimize the fallout by offering a six-month delay to the decision and passing the matter off to Congress, according to the report. Sessions is due to make an official announcement about the fate of the program on Tuesday morning.