Networks to air Pelosi, Schumer rebuttal to Trump

Trump to visit Mexico border

Donald Trump plans prime-time address and visit to border as government shutdown drags on

Trump said Sunday he bent to Democrats' demand that the barrier be made of steel, which he said will be stronger and less obtrusive.

But he says Trump isn't budging on his demand for billions for his border wall.

They said that weekend negotiations on border security also failed to show progress.

"Yes, they absolutely work", Morgan said, noting that before Trump became president, increased border security measures enjoyed bipartisan support.

But Democrats have made clear that they object to the wall itself, not what it's made of.

During that trip, Trump toured 30-foot-tall steel and concrete prototypes of the border wall in California and strongly condemned jurisdictions that offer "sanctuary" to undocumented immigrants.

President Donald Trump will address the nation Tuesday night, but it remains unclear if it will be on network television.

Democrats took control of the House last Thursday.

Trump is asking for $5.6 billion for the border wall.

"I can relate, and I'm sure the people who are on the receiving end will make adjustments; they always do", Trump told reporters outside the White House.

Because of it, the government has been partially shut down since December 22 and hundreds of thousands of federal workers have either been furloughed or are working without pay. "Do they want to run the promise of more lies, more misleading statistics, more twisting of reality, mindless confrontation, all for the sake of defending Trump's dark twisted fantasy and a wall on the Mexican border?"

Gutfeld added that Democrats agree with the president on border security, but they voice opposition for personal reasons against him.

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I've never made a phone call to one to say do this kind of thing to damage our opponents'. Hopefully, in the last part of the season he is able to help us because we need him.

"He has fatally compromised his ability to defend this", said Robert Bauer, White House counsel under President Barack Obama, to the Washington Post.

His administration and Congress are deadlocked on funding the barrier.

Sanders pushed forward, claiming that "nearly 4,000 known or suspected terrorists come into our country illegally, and we know that our most vulnerable point of entry is southern border".

Trump promised a wall as a candidate for the White House in 2016, making it one of his signature campaign issues and saying Mexico would pay for it.

Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi called it "an action necessary to make sure working families received their tax refunds on schedule". Pence is also set to speak with Senate Republicans on Wednesday.

Among the Republicans expressing concern was Sen.

Responding to Democrats' request, the Office of Management and Budget sent a revised estimate for the proposals for wall funding to the U.S. Senate's Appropriations Committee.

Over the weekend, the federal agency tasked with guaranteeing US airport security acknowledged an increase in the number of employees missing work or calling in sick. But Trump and the Department of Homeland Security pushed back on any suggestion that the call-outs represented a "sickout" that was having a significant effect on US air travel.

But none of the past living presidents said it was them.

She then said that there was a massive influx of family units trying to come through our borders.

He urged Trump to reopen the government: "This is a crisis that was manufactured by Mr. Trump. It's a national emergency", Trump said on October 31, 2016, in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Such a move would seem certain to draw legal challenges.

"This might be all about putting up a fight for the sake of the people who are watching, which are his base and his conservative allies out in conservative media", said CNN's White House correspondent Abby Philip.

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