Closer, but not close enough
Get ready for more political football.
Go narrow or go home?
The Democrats’ deal is looking worse and worse
“They want the ransom for these children to be $25 billion dollars for a wall…”
“God forbid you actually took on something that was controversial and paid a political price.”
“This plan flies in the face of what most Americans believe.”
Trump: Path to citizenship?
“…sometimes you’ve just got to do the horse trading.”
Perhaps both parties can learn a lesson.
“He called the White House yesterday and said it’s over.”
“Depends on what we get in exchange.”
“It is not intellectually honest to sit here and say that this is completely Trump’s fault.”
“This is a Trump shutdown.”
Blue on blue.
“Because, you know, a brick for lives? OK. Let’s do it.”
There’s always room for Jell-O.
Blame game, waiting game… it’s all a game, isn’t it?
“Senate Democrats said they’re confident they have the votes to block the stop-gap spending bill that the House is taking up…”
Legally done? Then legally undone
Get over it
The exception doesn’t disprove the rule
No deal on DACA.
Dem Rep: “I don’t know what to believe.”
What could go wrong?
“He has no command of the facts. He agrees with the last person who speaks with him.”
Wait… you’re ordering the President to “do something” now?
But you already knew that
“We want to have a DACA compromise.”
I thought the minority caused shutdowns?
Maybe a bit too quiet.