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Sunday, April 30, 2017

Dems Will Not Go For Emergency Spending Bill--Will Shutdown Happen? No Wonder Nothing Gets Done In Washington




Trump Responds After Dems Threaten Blockage of Emergency Spending Measure


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“The Democrats don’t want money from budget going to border wall despite the fact that it will stop drugs and very bad MS 13 gang members,” he wrote.
Whether or not the construction of a wall would in fact put a halt to cartel activity along the border remains unclear, though common sense logic suggests it would at least affect it. Moreover, such an impact would be a boon for frustrated Border Patrol agents.

The president’s tweet was inspired by remarks made by top Democrats claiming that they would reject all attempts to appropriate money for the border wall.

The Democrats don't want money from budget going to border wall despite the fact that it will stop drugs and very bad MS 13 gang members.

“The wall is, in my view, immoral, expensive, unwise, and when the president says, ‘Well, I promised a wall during my campaign,’ I don’t think he said he was going to pass billions of dollars of cost of the wall on to the taxpayer,” House Minority Nancy Pelosi said Sunday on “Meet the Press.”
In an additional tweet posted minutes after his first one, the president added that while funding for the border wall will initially come from the government’s coffers, it will eventually be procured from Mexico in one way or another.
“Eventually, but at a later date so we can get started early, Mexico will be paying, in some form, for the badly needed border wall,” he wrote.

Eventually, but at a later date so we can get started early, Mexico will be paying, in some form, for the badly needed border wall.

The best idea so far for paying for the wall entails taxing remittances. Specifically, a bill unveiled earlier this month by Alabama Rep. Mike Rogers “would aim to tax money transfers from the United States to the home countries of illegal immigrants at a rate of 2 percent.”

Until that bill or something similar passes the House and Senate, however, Trump must make do with government money, assuming the pesky Democrats don’t block his way.
Please share this story on Facebook and Twitter and let us know what you think about President Donald Trump’s wrathful Twitter take-down of the congressional Democrats refusing to fund his border wall.
What do you think about his tweets?

“The wall is, in my view, immoral, expensive, unwise, and when the president says, ‘Well, I promised a wall during my campaign,’ I don’t think he said he was going to pass billions of dollars of cost of the wall on to the taxpayer,” House Minority Nancy Pelosi said Sunday on “Meet the Press.”

In an additional tweet posted minutes after his first one, the president added that while funding for the border wall will initially come from the government’s coffers, it will eventually be procured from Mexico in one way or another.
“Eventually, but at a later date so we can get started early, Mexico will be paying, in some form, for the badly needed border wall,” he wrote.

Eventually, but at a later date so we can get started early, Mexico will be paying, in some form, for the badly needed border wall.

The best idea so far for paying for the wall entails taxing remittances. Specifically, a bill unveiled earlier this month by Alabama Rep. Mike Rogers “would aim to tax money transfers from the United States to the home countries of illegal immigrants at a rate of 2 percent.”

Until that bill or something similar passes the House and Senate, however, Trump must make do with government money, assuming the pesky Democrats don’t block his way.
Please share this story on Facebook and Twitter and let us know what you think about President Donald Trump’s wrathful Twitter take-down of the congressional Democrats refusing to fund his border wall.
What do you think about his tweets?