Between the lines: House Republican leaders know they’ve got no chance of passing their immigration “compromise” bill, which would provide more money for border security, seek to end family separations and legalize some young illegal immigrants known as Dreamers.

But senior GOP sources tell me members have been rattled by the relentless imagery of children being separated from their parents at the border, as a result of the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy of prosecuting all illegal immigrants crossing the border.

Senior aides tell me Republican leaders are probably going to push ahead with the compromise vote, knowing it will fail and knowing the president has already dismissed their efforts as futile on Twitter.