“…some of you won’t like it — I voted for 700 miles of fence”
“My greatest concern is that … we will lose control of the border.”
“[A] Democrat would know he would be dead in the water.”
“I don’t care about the rest of the socialist stuff.”
Law and order.
“We’re not looking to do that, no.”
“We’ve arrived at the breaking point.”
What could go wrong?
“I cannot begin to imagine what 4,000 [apprehensions] a day looks like…”
“Democrats are ‘starting to not even believe data created by professionals’”
“Congress has the freedom to pass this resolution and I have the duty to veto it.”
“I just don’t know why we’re giving ball control in the United States Senate to Nancy Pelosi.”
“If this continues, I don’t think there will be anyone left in Guatemala.”
“Like it’s a Hallmark card.”
“I think it’s so important that there be clear lines when it comes to the separation of powers.”
“We need to have border security, all nations do.”
“That’s why the wall is so absurd and hurtful.”
“This is the real Collusion!”
“I could do the wall over a longer period of time.”
And do it without declaring an emergency
“I bet he’s got something up his sleeve.”
“He’ll consider any kind of reasonable proposition … there’s a general openness.”
Politicians say one thing, analysts something else.
Calls on Congress to be loyal to the Constitution.