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Trump: Declaration of national emergency is still possible, on ‘crisis’ at the border

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President Trump confirmed on Sunday that he would think the Declaration of a national emergency because of the “crisis” on the border — seem, although such a move would be certain to draw legal challenges.

He said on Sunday afternoon that a strong limit outweighs other challenges to the partial government shutdown over border-wall-financing, now in the third week.

“The government want the workers to take care of our borders,” he said to reporters in the Rose Garden in front of The White house.

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He urged Federal employees to “patriots”, the barrier is a strong limit, and he referred to the necessity of an impenetrable boundary — a steel “, the great power” — because of the strength of the American economy.

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Trump has claimed that he could relate to the plight of hundreds of thousands of Federal employees without salary payments for the moment, though, he acknowledged, it would have to be “adjustments” to the shutdown-loss. Earlier, the President tweeted he didn’t care that “most of the workers are not paid, are Democrats.”

Trump has no signs of budging showed in his request for $5.6 billion for the wall, the Democrats have refused to grant. Trump suggested earlier on Sunday that he, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and the Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, were able to find compromise “in 20 minutes, if you want to. If you don’t want to, it will go on for a long time.”

Trump said that he planned to call the heads of the American companies in the steel industry, in the hopes of coming up with a new design for the barrier. The President had previously promised, a concrete wall, but now has said it could be made of steel slats. His government has already million in the construction of the wall prototypes near the border in San Diego issued.

Fox News’ Kellianne Jones and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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