Sean Hannity slams ‘waste-to-compromise” provisional agreement on border security

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Sean Hannity, the Fox News host on Monday blasted the “waste-to-compromise” after the conference-said negotiators reached a “fundamental agreement” on border security funding with more than $1.3 billion for physical barriers along the US-Mexican border.

During his Monday evening broadcast, Hannity, the President of Trump’s broke criticise the speech in El Paso, Texas, to avoid the reported deal, a second government shutdown.


“By the way, on these new, so-called compromise,” Hannity said. “I am always in the details. $1.3 billion? That’s not even a wall, a barrier… We will be back in this morning. Any Republican who supports this waste compromises, to explain to you—look at this crowd, look at the Land.”

The $ 1.3 billion would be used for a physical barrier, which would include approximately 55 miles of new wall, it said. The miles would be the valley of the Rio Grande. The source said it would patrol up to the border, in order to decide what to use as a barrier, which could also blades of steel.

The legislature has until 11:59 p.m., Friday, the approval by both houses of Congress and signed by Trump in front of some Cabinet-level departments shut down and hundreds of thousands of Federal workers are furloughed in what would be the second partial government shutdown in this year.


Acting White house chief of staff Mick Mulvaney said during news show appearances Sunday that another shutdown ” remained on the table, although he’d also said Trump probably be willing to compromise, how much of the 5.7 billion U.S. dollars for the wall construction, it is required associated with it. “Somewhere in the middle,” said Mulvaney on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”

Fox News’ Samuel Chamberlain, and The Associated Press contributed

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