Donald prepares a giant border wall move while everyone’s distracted by the circus.
It’s been two years and the wall is far from being built. One of Trump’s signature campaign promises continues to languish.
All thanks to Republicans in Congress.
Without funding, Trump’s wall will never get built. Yet the latest spending bill provides for everything, except the wall.
Now it falls to Trump: will he sign this bill—pushing back his promise yet again—or will he veto?
This week, Trump will decide to either veto or sign the no-wall, multi-agency budget package for 2019, which GOP leaders have slapped together.
GOP leaders are urging Trump to sign the 2019 package by promising him they will pass a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) spending bill — with a border wall — after the election.
“Trump’s veto pen is the last measure of accountability for congressional Republicans before voters wield the ultimate measure in November. … Congress has played hide-the-ball on Trump’s border wall for the better part of two years, and that’s not going to change.”
If Trump vetos this bill, the government might end up in a shutdown scenario. But how long until the wall is underway?
We are at a point where we can no longer tolerate illegal immigration. Americans suffer daily, thanks to criminal aliens and laborers that steal their jobs.
Democrats will never support the president. And far too many Republicans refuse to get behind his vision.
This is very much a last chance moment for the administration. The midterms are just around the corner. Trump might lose support in Congress, should the Democrats prevail.
If that were the case, you better believe the wall is done for good.
So the question remains: wait and lose all support, or sign and risk upsetting Americans?
That’s the question, but only Donald Trump can answer it.