Trump suggests he could declare emergency

Trump suggests he could declare emergency

Trump suggests he could declare emergency

In response, Drew Hammill, a Pelosi spokesman, said in a statement on Friday night that "President Trump's recklessness didn't make us safer, it undermined our security with 35 days of border patrol agents, DEA agents, Federal Bureau of Investigation agents and Homeland Security personnel missing paychecks".

US President Donald Trump listens in a meeting to "discuss fighting human trafficking on the southern border" in the Cabinet Room of the White House in Washington, US, February 1, 2019. "We're negotiating very tough prices, we've designed a much better looking wall that is also actually a better wall, which is actually an interesting combination - it's far more lovely and it's better - it's much more protective", he continued. "I think you'll find it very exciting", the president said.

U.S. President Donald Trump cast doubt on chances a deal could be reached between Republican and Democratic lawmakers working on a border security agreement after an impasse that led to a 35-day partial government shutdown. "So they come into areas where you don't have the barriers", Trump said.

"She is doing a bad disservice to our country", the U.S. president said.

The prospect of Trump using a national emergency declaration to build his wall has divided Republicans, with a number of them expressing concerns about the precedent that such a move would set.

But if you don't have it - human trafficking, just as an example. "On a political basis, what she's doing is - I actually think it's bad politics - but much more importantly it's very bad for our country".

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Trump said he wants to keep the US military base in Iraq rather than pull troops out like in Syria and Afghanistan "because I want to be able to watch Iran". I happen to think it's very bad politics because basically she wants open borders.

Trump will also address foreign policy issues during his speech, including the United States trade war with China, the situation in Venezuela and the ending of USA involvement in conflicts overseas, the administration official said. Enough drugs were contained in the shipment to kill millions of people.

"I think they're exhausted and, I think everybody's exhausted", he said.

"We're building the wall".

Asked if Trump would acknowledge the shutdown in his speech, the administration official said the president will "definitely talk about immigration and about where we are in that debate and present a path forward. When you see today what's going on, people that aren't willing to do what they have to do, and they know what they have to do, they're doing the country a tremendous disservice".

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