Deal reached to avoid US government shutdown as Trump makes case for border wall
Tuesday, 12 February 2019 President Donald Trump headed to the Texas border to argue his case that walls work as Democrats and Republicans in Washington announced a deal had been reached to avoid another US government shutdown. Mr Trump was bound for El Paso, aiming to reshape the debate around the wall following a damaging shutdown fight and with his signature 2016 campaign promise hanging in limbo. Beto O’Rourke, the former Democratic congressman from Texas now mulling a presidential run, planned an evening El Paso march and rally against the wall with dozens of local civic, human rights and Hispanic groups. The first duelling rallies of the 2020...
A CNN debate on President Donald Trump's decision to veto the Senate's rejection of his national emergency bid to build his wall got heated. CNN political commentator, Tara Setmayer accused radio show..
The top Republican on the U.S. House Armed Services Committee said on Tuesday he opposed President Donald Trump's plan to use $7 billion from the military budget... Reuters Also reported by •Al Jazeera •Newsy