Nevertheless, he persisted.
“It’s a vote the Democrats can insist on.”
“The numbers are really good.”
“As we know, that did not work.”
“…we’ve seen a substantial increase in the number of interdictions on the Mexican southern border”
I have no deep thoughts on this, I just figured it’d be fun to toast some marshmallows together over the …
“In order to get resources to the children fastest, we will reluctantly pass the Senate bill.”
“Four Democrats…voted against the bill.”
“Get on your knees tonight and ask for guidance on how to feel about this issue.”
“The accord is not finalized and that President Trump might not accept it….”
Closed for business?
“We’re in a full-blown emergency.”
“But he gave Mexico bad advice, no bluff!”
“Lighthizer is not happy.”
“…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.”
“There’s not 51 votes to dismiss it before the managers get to call the case.”
“significant enough to have shifted the document’s meaning…”
“It is certainly not how the executive, current or in the future, should handle such a call.”