During Thursday’s airing of FOX News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight, Carlson made a grim prediction for the future of the Republican party. During the episode, Carlson said that the GOP has the potential to “collapse and splinter” if it chooses to stay “out of sync” with voters. This comes at a time when the Republican party is not matching up with its voters on controversial issues, such as the handling of the Deferred Action for Children Arrivals (DACA) program.

President Donald Trump has been receiving backlash from both parties for various reasons about his handling of DACA. The program, which allows illegal aliens who came to the U.S. as children to stay and apply for work permits, first began under the Obama administration. And, when Trump made the decision to end the program, the Republican party was happy.

However, once they caught wind that the president was negotiating with Democrat leadership about the program, the Republican party has been in danger of fragmenting and splintering. During Tucker Carlson Tonight, Tucker said that Trump is “caving” to Democrat commands, and that he is granting them amnesty without gaining anything in return.

Carlson went on to say:

“The president seems confident it will work out in the end,” Carlson said, “but there’s no reason to be optimistic. The fate of DACA recipients is, by far, the biggest piece of leverage he ever will have. If he gives it away for free, none of his other immigration priorities, the priorities he ran on and won the presidency with, will even be considered.”

“If this president doesn’t get funding for a wall now,” he added, “it will never be built, period.”

Carlson feels that Trump is choosing to grant amnesty to these immigrants because he and his party are in need of a win. He says:

“President Trump goes along with this because he wants a legislative victory badly, and his party is incapable of giving him one. This arrangement cannot last forever,” Carlson said. “A party this out sync with its own voters will collapse and splinter.”

“Borders are real. Citizenship matters. America comes first,” Carlson said. “If you can’t say any of that with a straight face and mean it and act on it, maybe you are in the wrong party.”