Democrats moaned and complained during the partial shutdown that they could not negotiate with President Trump until the government fully reopened. President Trump called their bluff and agreed to fund the government for three weeks while House and Senate conferees negotiate. But he warned them that if they did not fund his border security package, or they tried to make this about amnesty, after three weeks’ time, he would get the wall funded and built without Congress.
And another piece of the Democrats’ ‘Trump-Russia Collusion’ narrative just crashed and burned.
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With all of the debate (or rather political grandstanding) that has been happening about whether or not to build a wall on our southern border, I wondered what it was already like for an American citizen to leave the United States and travel to Mexico and then return the United States. I wanted to know what kind of walls or barriers one must pass through in order to legally cross the border, both by airplane and crossing the southern border.
President Trump ended the partial government shutdown by signing a spending bill that will fund the government through February 15. The spending bill, however, does not include funding for the border wall. Tea Party Patriots Action Honorary Chairman Jenny Beth Martin released a statement responding to the announcement: