Gutfeld added that Democrats agree with the president on border security, but they voice opposition for personal reasons against him.
United States president Donald Trump is standing firm on his demand for $5 billion for a wall along the border with Mexico but has said it it would be a "Steel Barrier" now, instead of concrete as the partial government shutdown caused by a stalemate on its funding entered the 17th day.
"All I know is it's something they've (the White House counsel's office) looked at, they've examined", Pence said. The letter from Office of Management and Budget Acting Director Russell Vought sought funding for a "steel barrier on the Southwest border".
The White House did not say whether he planned to make such a declaration, which would nearly certainly face a legal challenge, on Tuesday night.
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"I was in my first year at the club, and they flew the youth team and reserve team over, and brought us to the game", O'Shea remembers.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi intends to begin passing individual bills to reopen agencies in the coming days, starting with the Treasury Department to ensure Americans receive their tax refunds. And it repeats some existing funding requests for detention beds and security officers, which have already been panned by Congress and would likely find resistance among House Democrats.
As a first act, the newly-empowered House Democrats passed legislation last week to re-open the government while congressional leaders and the administration continued to debate border security.
"Y$3 ou'll see it because in January I'm going there", Trump said at the time. That effort is created to squeeze Senate Republicans, some of whom are growing increasingly anxious about the extended shutdown. But the Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, a Republican from Kentucky, said he will not take up legislation the president doesn't support. Tuesday night at 9:00 P.M. Eastern. But Trump and the Department of Homeland Security pushed back on any suggestion that the call-outs represented a "sickout" that was having a significant effect on USA air travel.
Vice President Mike Pence said White House lawyers were evaluating the possibility that Trump could declare a national emergency in order to secure alternate funding for the wall but that Trump had not made a decision on using that tactic. Sanders, for example, falsely claimed on Sunday that "nearly 4,000 known or suspected terrorists come into our country illegally", even though the overwhelming majority of those individuals are blocked from entering the U.S. at airports. "Trump declared on Monday that there was" no doubt" he had the legal authority to declare a national emergency but said "let's get our deal done in Congress" despite the impasse with the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives over the matter. Speaking on CNN's "State of the Union", Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff called the idea a "nonstarter". The president will be visiting the Southern Border tomorrow morning.