House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy has revealed his intention to introduce a bill that would (finally) fully fund President Trump’s border wall xbox one demos herunterladen.
This comes on top of the $1.6 billion included in an omnibus spending bill that recently passed Congress, a bill designed to keep the government running until December 7th wavelab kostenlos downloaden chip.
The new bill has been titled the “Build the Wall, Enforce the Law Act,” and is set to take care of a responsibility shirked thus far by Congress herunterladen.
“The American people want us to build the wall and enforce the law,” McCarthy said in a statement. “Maintaining strong borders is one of the basic responsibilities of any nation herunterladen. For too long, America has failed in this responsibility.”
Fox confirms McCarthy to introduce a bill to allocate more than $23 billion for funding of the border wall this wk gnumeric herunterladen. Will address sanctuary cities & also address Kate’s Law. Will not tackle DACA.
— Chad Pergram (@ChadPergram) October 9, 2018
News of the border wall funding attempt comes after a major administration and Republican victory over Democrats in the Brett Kavanaugh smear campaign, and a subsequent emboldening of GOP lawmakers winrar download free heise.
Has that winning streak prompted other Republicans like McCarthy to finally understand the way to win is to do exactly what you promised voters facebook messenger chat?
House Speaker Paul Ryan predicted there would be “a big fight” over the border wall, and McCarthy’s bill might be the first punch assassins creed unity content to download.
“We intend on having a full-fledged discussion about how to complete this mission of securing our border,” Ryan said, “and we will have a big fight about that.”
WaPo: Ryan predicts ‘big fight’ over Trump’s border wall, says he doesn’t know how it will be resolved https://t.co/JkMGfJjR97
— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) October 9, 2018
McCarthy says he has worked very closely with the President on the issue of securing the border, a campaign platform central to Trump’s election in 2016.
Putting it back on the block could help Republicans in the midterms with most Americans desiring a secure border prior to immigration reform.
“We are already building part of the wall now in California,” McCarthy said. “We’ve got to continue that and finish the job.”
That job should have been finished a long time ago.
President Trump has been pressuring the Republican party to push his border security agenda for years despite opposition from Democrats and the media.
He pressured them to stick with Justice Kavanaugh despite opposition from Democrats and the media – and he won.
Will McCarthy, Ryan, and the rest of the GOP learn this valuable lesson? Trump is far more popular than Congress, so they might want to consider taking his advice. Especially if they plan to defeat this so-called ‘blue wave’ in November.
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