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The editorial, run in the People's Daily on Thursday, was titled: "Chinese chuckle at Trump for messing up picture-perfect America."
The People's Daily editorial noted "strong and mixed" reactions on Chinese social media such as microblog Weibo.
"In the eyes of some Chinese, Trump has made a big mess in America, and the decision to kill the program is just further evidence that the American Dream is quickly becoming the American Pipe Dream," the Communist Party's official newspaper said.
The program allowed children of immigrants who came to the country illegally a two-year period of protection from deportation and to work in the United States. Business leaders in the U.S. and members of Congress criticized the move to overturn the directive, which was ordered by President Barack Obama.
Trump has challenged Congress to enact a replacement.
Some Chinese support Trump's move, the editorial noted.
"Meanwhile, some Chinese are just enjoying the political thriller. Given all the chaos he creates at home, it is almost like Trump was sent to destroy America from within," the editorial said.