Conservatives voice frustration to Trump signals “gutless’ retreat to the border wall

nearvideo trump drops of requirements to Finance wall-to-avoid-shutdown, Senator McConnell makes the deal to Fund the government until February

Incoming House majority Leader rep. Steny Hoyer says that a border wall will not take up to pass his chamber once Democrats.

A little more than a week after President trump suggested strongly that he would risk it to save a government shutdown, border wall funding, the White house is now signaling a retreat and top conservative commentators and politicians declare that the President of the “gutless” move, has the promise of not only a broken dial, but also undermined its credibility as a dealmaker.

“Trump is just a joke presidency, and betrayed the American people, amused by the populists for a while, but then he has to delete a legacy” when he said the yields on the issue, columnist Ann Coulter The Daily Caller in a podcast.

“I’m not proud of it, to shut down the government for border security … because the people in this country want criminals and people with many problems, and the drugs pouring into our country,” Trump said in an explosive White house meeting with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and house Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., in Dec. 11. “So, I’ll take the coat. I’ll be the one to shut it down.”

But in a tweet on Wednesday, the President, his rhetoric softened, namely the wall to get promoted would be “one way or another.” And Senate Republicans unveiled a stopgap measure, without the $5-billion border wall money Trump had previously desired, as the members of the conservative house freedom Caucus, said they explored options include financing.

The shift to the Problem would not be the President of the first in this year. In March, Trump ultimately signed a $1.3 trillion spending bill with a warning: “I say to the Congress: I’ll sign the never another law like the back.” In September, Trump wrote on Twitter about the importance of funding for the wall, “the REPUBLICANS have TO FINALLY HARD!”

“Well, I’m not going to sugarcoat it,” conservative commentator Michelle Malkin Fox & Friends said on Wednesday. “I’m not going to turn to. I wish I could, but I can’t. This is a cave. This was a blink.”

Malkin beat Senate majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., he says that he is “in office since 1984 and has never been in the situation, this offer was made, because he to fear.”

“Trump is just a joke presidency, and betrayed the American people.”

— Ann Coulter

She added: “But now look, to do what is forced to the White house: scrounge around for $ 600 million in the defence budget in relation to the financing of a puny 100 miles? As a border, if the security is an afterthought?”

On Wednesday, McConnell announced that the Senate would be a stopgap measure to continue funding the government to avert a shutdown later this week – but it is a wall, no limit money, because the “reality of our political presence.”


“Later this morning, we have a continuing resolution, a continuing funding for the Federal government. By the measure will provide the resources necessary to continue the normal operation, of the 8. February,” McConnell said on the Senate floor. “We turn to a clean continuing resolution to ensure later today, so we can see that we started at the end of this year, the way-with another government shutdown, because Democrats” the Allergy to a sensible immigration policy.”

Speaking of Fox News’ “your world” on Wednesday, incoming House majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., the measure said McConnell would not have introduced, without the White house, to the blessing.

But Hoyer said the stopgap legislation was similar to “punting the ball down the road a bit” and only delayed an eventual showdown at the border wall-financing.

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The house freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows, R-N. C., said the move was a “Christmas gift” and a “Valentine’s gift” to the Democrats.

“Punting-Feb. 8, a CR not only gives Democrats a Christmas gift, and it offers you a Valentine’s day gift,” meadows wrote. “Democrats are going to win, the wall will not be built, and the Congress have punted, as we should have. The time to fight is now. Zero Excuse For That.”

And Ohio Republican Rep. Jim Jordan, the delay would only see hurt Republicans, the chances that the wall will be financed.

Kelly Anne Conway, Advisor to the President, insisted on “Fox & Friends” Wednesday morning that Trump present not “soften” its position on the funding for the wall, though, and emphasizes it is up to the Congress a deal for the President.

“He has a responsibility, the government is moving forward and he has the task, the border security,” said Conway. “If he could do it by himself – he would have done it already.”

Without a resolution, the more than 800,000 government employees are furloughed, or work, without pay, to disturb the operations of the government.

For his part, Trump on Wednesday suggested that he had his election promise to pay for Mexico, for the wall, because the country would lead the new trilateral trade Pact with the United States and Canada, “far more money is made in the USA”

But Coulter was not to buy statements, says The Daily Caller, if there is no border wall, the financing is secured, the implications for the conservatives will be devastating.

Coulter, one of the few commentators to correctly predict Trump proposed to tell ascent to the presidency in the early 2016 presidential primary season that, “no Republican will always be elected President” if Trump ultimately backed down.

In a column Wednesday, conservative expert Ben Shaprio similarly characterized Trump the apparent capitulation is as “gutless.”

“This marks a paradigm shift from the escalation of the tenor of the President of Trump’s statements on the issue,” Shapiro wrote.

Democratic politicians have in the face of intra-party dissent on the apparent boundary wall ion-pays as well in this year. In January, Schumer was suggested as a “coward”, the driving of other progressive, after he forced a government shutdown by clicking on it to hold all the temporary spending bill, the government fully functional permanent protection measures for the so-called DREAMers — immigrants brought illegally to the United States as children. Schumer took only a few days later in exchange for Republican promises to consider the matter in the future.

“It is a pretty gutless move, the administration to back down from a fight over the wall to spin a Republican for exactly the fight – especially since in January, the Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer was forced to back down from his own shutdown attempt, while you are trying to push the President Trump to grant Amnesty to the so-called DREAMers,” Shapiro continued.

The house freedom Caucus spokesman Darin Miller told Fox News early Wednesday that the group of conservatives will try to change it, any spending bill so that it can Fund the border wall, saying that they “have this as the last real chance” to try and keep your promise to the Problem.

Fox News’ Peter Doocy and Alex Pappas contributed to this report.

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