"We will have to see what will happen".
"There's not going to be any wall money in the legislation", Pelosi told reporters on January 31, reported The Associated Press.
Speaker of the House Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) speaks during a weekly news conference January 17, 2019 on Capitol Hill in Washington.
"We're not getting anywhere with them", Trump said during an event at the White House, citing what he called "tremendous obstruction by Democrats", who call their differences with the president a basic disagreement over immigration policy. "She knows that we need border security". The committee is working to come up with a deal that could pass before February 15, when a stopgap spending bill will expire absent action by Congress and Trump.
At least a half-dozen Republican senators are fiercely opposed to the idea of an emergency declaration, generating enough opposition that a disapproval resolution could pass the Senate with the support of the 47 Democrats and a handful of Republican senators - the scenario McConnell warned Trump about. He also claimed, without evidence, that many Democrats "want the wall".
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A construction crew installs new sections of the U.S. -Mexico border barrier replacing smaller fences as seen from Tijuana, Mexico, on January 11, 2019.
"Basically she wants open borders".
Trump, without citing the evidence, added that he was "already building the wall", but that he could do it a lot faster if Congress would either approve the funds or after the national emergency was declared.
"Well, we have very strong legal standing", Trump told reporters hours before he is slated to make his first visit to his South Florida resort since Thanksgiving weekend. "People that didn't have any idea - they didn't have a clue as to what was happening, they now know exactly what's happening". "It's a shame, what they do".
"Roughly 10,000 children are being smuggled into the USA every year to be sold as sex slaves", DHS Special Agent Timothy Ballard wrote. He also alluded to calling a national emergency to build a wall if he is unable to get approval from Congress.
He questioned whether the US should have invaded Afghanistan in 2001 under the administration of former President George W. Bush to destroy al-Qaida training grounds after the terrorist group's attacks on the USA killed almost 3,000 people.