• WATCH: President Trump: 'A shutdown would be a terrible thing'

    6 monthes ago - By ABC News

    President Trump to look for legislative "land mines" in the new border security deal before he commits to signing it.
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  • The Latest: Trump says wall will be tougher than Everest

    6 monthes ago - By National Post

    WASHINGTON - The Latest on congressional border security negotiations and President Donald Trump :
    4 p.m.
    President Donald Trump says the wall he envisions in some places along the southern border would be harder to scale than Mount Everest.
    Even by Trump standards of exaggeration, that's a huge leap.
    The estimated height for some proposed barriers runs as high as 30 feet. Mount Everest stands nearly 30,000 feet high.
    Trump made the claim during a speech Wednesday to a conference of the Major County Sheriffs and Major Cities Chiefs Association.
    He says the wall is “very, very on its way”...
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  • Trump Looking for 'Land Mines' in Border Deal

    Trump Looking for 'Land Mines' in Border Deal

    6 monthes ago - By Newser

    It's the billion-dollar-and-change question: Will President Trump sign a tentative bipartisan border deal that would allocate $1.38 billion for border fencing and avoid a second government shutdown at midnight Friday? USA Today reports the House has scheduled a vote for Thursday,...
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  • The Latest: Trump ‘looking for land mines' in border deal

    6 monthes ago - By Miami Herald

    The Latest on congressional border security negotiations and President Donald Trump : 1:05 p.m. President Donald Trump says he and his aides will be "looking for land mines"...
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  • The Latest: Trump 'looking for land mines' in border deal

    6 monthes ago - By My Sanantonio

    WASHINGTON - The Latest on congressional border security negotiations and President Donald Trump :
    1:05 p.m.
    President Donald Trump says he and his aides will be "looking for land mines" when they review the final text of a border security agreement. The deal would keep the government open, but provide just a fraction of the money Trump has been demanding for his border wall.
    Asked by reporters whether he planned to back the deal, Trump said Wednesday he would be taking "a very serious look," but declined to tip his hand.
    He says, "we're going to look at the legislation when it comes and...
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