Mark Levin: Trump Speech 'Outstanding'; Pelosi, Schumer 'Are Pathological Liars'

Jan 10, 2019, 01:14
Mark Levin: Trump Speech 'Outstanding'; Pelosi, Schumer 'Are Pathological Liars'

Levin claimed the Democratic Party platform in 2008 supports "virtually everything the Republican president of the United States said today". He says it strains public resources and drives down jobs and wages. "Both Pelosi and Schumer know their foundational argument but will firm up their rebuttal in real time because of uncertainty surrounding where President Trump may lead the American people", a source close to the preparations told the newspaper. "They've voted for border security".

Trump began the much-anticipated speech by urging Congress to sanction billions of dollars for the wall, which was "absolutely critical" for the safety of the nation. He has previously claimed that the Vatican and former President Barack Obama built walls for security. But then why do politicians build walls, fences and gates around their homes?

Murkowski said she expressed her hope during the lunch that the partial government shutdown would end soon, even if an agreement hasn't been reached on border barrier spending.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders claimed Customs and Border Patrol a year ago apprehended almost 4,000 known or suspected terrorists at the U.S. -Mexico border.

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Getty House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer. "But they are not going to fool Donald Trump who has got tougher than Pelosi and Schumer".

She noted that the House passed legislation to reopen government on the first day of the new Congress.

Overall, Trump largely restated his case for the wall without offering concessions or new ideas on how to resolve the standoff that has kept large swaths of the government closed for the past 18 days.

"What we hear from Republican members and, frankly, quietly from many Democrat members is that when they see the scope of this crisis, when they see the facts presented to them, that they understand why the president is so adamant about doing something meaningful to advance border security".

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The deployments were not directed at the migrants attempting entry on the US side or at the fence line . CBP estimated that about 150 migrants attempted to sneak into the United States illegally.

Schumer noted that Trump had promised to have Mexico pay for the wall.

Trump used emotional language, referring to Americans who were killed by people in the country illegally, saying: "I've met with dozens of families whose loved ones were stolen by illegal immigration".

"I think we might work a deal, and if we don't I might go that route", he said. "Again, we saw a temper tantrum because he couldn't get his way". Democrats have denounced a wall as immoral, inefficient and costly, but said they support additional funding for other border security measures including increased border agents and technology.

"I just listened to Senator Schumer", McCarthy, a California Republican, said. "I think it is a waste of money".

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The White House moved to pre-empt the Democrats, telling reporters Monday that tax refunds would be paid despite the shutdown.