Trump was right to do what he did. There is nothing to discuss and I am not alone with that sentiment.
They all voted over $40 billion in 2013 for border security to include double and triple fencing, so it isn’t the wall they are against, it is Trump.
Pres. Trump is fighting back and holding his ground against the Dems with their new tricks.
Trump’s demand for $5.7 billion for his border wall is one reason for the budget impasse. The refusal of Democrats to approve the money is another.
We shouldn’t have to compromise with Democrats on protecting the American people
Did you read the last couple of words, “made in the U.S.A.” That is very important for President Trump because of his America First declaration
The Trump administration announced late Friday night that it would freeze cabinet pay raises
Democrats are willing to harbor illegals, and oppose any reasonable legislation, simply because their precious Hillary lost.
More importantly, lets heavily fine businesses that hire illegals. Those who overstay their visa should be visited, taken to the airport or arrested.
Federal “workers” is an oxymoron. Most federal employees perform about one hour of actual work per day.
Trump’s spokesman said he’s staying in Washington, DC to hash out a plan to open government back up.
I don’t know about anyone else, but I’m hanging in with Trump, trusting him to more winning for us.
I’ve been a loyal supporter of Trump since day one. But there comes a time when leaders must lead by going past their comfort zone and doing something dramatic
Basically Obama has gone from protecting our nation from illegal immigration to open borders
I would just quietly tender my resignation and if asked by the media, simply state I had decided it was an appropriate time for me to move on in life, period, end of file
I hope that Pres. Trump speaks to the American people on video every day explaining why the government is shut down and why the Democrats fail to protect the nation’s interest
If some government employees are “non-essential” why are they government employees?
Four justices — Clarence Thomas, Samuel A. Alito Jr., Neil M. Gorsuch and Brett M. Kavanaugh — would have granted the administration’s request