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White house chief of staff John Kelly, from the Trump administration within days, a lump sum asserted in explanations published on Sunday that the President’s proposed cross-border project “no wall” and that all plans for a concrete wall were long ago abandoned — directly contradict the White house repeatedly claimed, on the contrary.
In a series of Twitter posts earlier this month, Trump insisted that “we do not build the concrete wall that we build, artistically designed steel slats, so that you can easily see through him.” But Kelly’s comments were seemingly at odds with the president’s tweet on Friday calling for “money for finish the wall,” as well as his promises during and after the 2016 presidential campaign.
The relationship between Trump and Kelly has allegedly deteriorated in recent months. Trump announced in early December that the retired four-star Marine, he remained generally soon “move on would be suggesting”, in spite of that beforehand, in the post-in 2020.
“To be honest, it is not a wall,” Kelly said in an interview with The Los Angeles Times. “The President still says “wall”, often he will say, truly ‘barrier’ or ‘fencing’ now he is steel tend to be in the direction of the slats. But we left a massive concrete wall, and at an early stage in the administration, when we the people asked what they needed and where they needed it.”
Within hours, the White house comments by highlighting Trump the earlier tweets on the topic.pushed back on Kelly’s
A man looks at the US border, where the workers replace parts of the US border wall for a higher one, in Tijuana, Mexico, Wednesday, Dec. 19, 2018. Workers increase, and the changing pieces of the wall, where immigrants seek the United States were to cross. (AP Photo/Moises Castillo)
“I think a lot of people who do not want to fess up to border security and the Congress will get to do his work, and they are closing the gaps, there’s a wall, wall, wall, the” trump Advisor Kelly Anne Conway told CNN on Sunday. “The President has said, he said last week, and he fins tweeted pictures of steel. Things are already happening in California.”
She added: “It really depends on what Customs and Border Patrol says they have to. And you said that you have to barriers. The President says, a wall — barriers, the President says, you need steel slats. You need to technological improvements.”
But, the reaction to the news that a second migrant-want a child died this month while in the custody of U.S. officials, Trump seemingly suggested that the Border Patrol agents doing to, in fact, a wall.
“To be honest, it is not the wall.”
— Outgoing Chief Of Staff John Kelly
“The girl’s father said that it was her fault, he would not have wrote to her water in days,” Trump. “Border Patrol must of the wall-and they all end up. You work so hard and get so little credit!”
The President also doubled down on his campaign promise that Mexico would have to be financed, the wall-and suggested, in a previous tweet that it had promise.
“Mexico is paying (indirectly) for the wall, thanks to the new USMCA, the replacement for the NAFTA!” Trump wrote. “Far more money come to the USA Because of the enormous dangers at the border, including the large-scale criminal and drug inflow, the military of the United States, build the wall!”
Jakelin Caal, 7, and 8-year-old Felipe Gomez Alonzo was detained this month, after the entry of the United States with their undocumented fathers. Jakelin was suffering from dehydration and shock, while Felipe died shortly before 11:50 p.m. on Christmas eve, after he fell ill with flu-like symptoms.
Felipe had taken the father, Agustin Gomez, “a Chance to travel” to the border with Mexico, in the hope that Migration to the USA step-after hearing a rumor, after Felipe’s sister, Catarina Gomez Lucas.
“We heard rumors that it could happen (in the USA). You said that you could happen with the children,” Lucas told the Associated Press.
Border Patrol chief: the Current borders of built-up barriers, are not good enough
Fox News has learned that behind the scenes this weekend, several senators are discussing a potential compromise to end the ongoing partial Federal government shutdown. A cross-party proposal for the provision of 5.7 billion US-dollars in funding for the border wall, as well as a Congress-reauthorization of the Obama’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program is for those to the U.S. illegally as children, along with several other immigration provisions.
It was also a special allowance be granted for some classes of Central American refugees, a more robust asylum status.
CNN talk ‘ s “state of the Union” on Sunday, South Carolina Republican sen. Lindsey Graham suggested that a compromise could be reached-but only under one condition.
“To my Democratic friends: It is never a quotation, without wall-financing,” Graham said.
Separately, Kelly told Time that he made sure that, contrary to critics’ claims that the President was always well informed before you make important decisions.
“It is never:” The President just wants to make a decision, based on non-knowledge and ignorance,” Kelly told the paper. “You may not like his decision, but at least he was fully informed about the consequences.”
Kelly pointed to a possible large life style, quite deliberately, set retirement, noting that he currently operates from 4 PM to 9 PM, and has limited freedom of movement.
“I am guarded by the Secret Service. I can’t even get a beer,” he joked.
Fox News’ Chad Pergram contributed to this report.