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Trump says what's not being funded to pay for border wall "didn't sound too important to me"

CBS News Friday, 15 February 2019
Trump says what's not being funded to pay for border wall didn't sound too important to mePresident Trump announced that he's declaring a national emergency to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border. The president wants to redirect money that had already been allocated by Congress for the military to fund construction of the wall instead. Speaking in the White House Rose Garden, the president said the original plans for the money "didn't sound too important to me."
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News video: How Trump can bypass Congress to build the wall

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President Donald Trump has hinted that he might declare a state of emergency to bypass Congress and get funding for his wall, just days before the February 15 deadline.

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