The Washington Post declared the crisis at the border, flip-flops, according to trump, emphasizes Problem

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The Washington Post can’t seem to decide whether there is a crisis on the southern border, the first, explained the situation to a “bona fide emergencies” before backtracking after President Trump stressed that very point in his Oval Office address.

The Post published a story on Jan. 5 headlined, “After years of stocking the dire warnings, a ‘crisis’ has hit the limit, but it creates a little urgency.” It is co-bylined news Reporter Nick Miroff and David Nakamura and detailed was “a bona fide emergency on the border”, which occurs because the agents are overwhelmed as a “record numbers of migrants-families flock to the United States.”

The Reporter wrote, “There is little party has to cross-examine the urgency, the relatively narrow range of legal and administrative changes that make potentially a difference in the slowing down of illegal migration or improve the conditions of families arriving at the border.”

The Reporter also called it a “humanitarian crisis.”

But the paper changed its tune following Trump’s Tuesday night Oval Office address. The Post political correspondent Dan Balz wrote an analysis headlined, “Trump used the Oval Office to try to create a border crisis.”


Courtship accused of creating Trump, “a sense of crisis in the pursuit of a fleeting campaign promises,” echo-partially-democratic legislature, the claims by the management for the production of a crisis. The seemingly contradictory stories, which appeared in the span of a few days, both as a part of the paper’s political reporting.

Do not respond to the Post immediately, when asked for comment.

Trump used his first primetime address from the Oval Office on Tuesday night to make his case for the financing of the southern border wall as well as to emphasize the human cost of what he called “the growing humanitarian and security crisis” of rising illegal immigration.


The speech was followed moments later by a response from the Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Schumer accused of trying to Trump, the “preparation of a financial crisis, foment the fear, and divert attention from the turmoil in his administration.”

Fox News Gregg Re contributed to this report.

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