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President Trump on Wednesday dismissed a report in The Washington Post, claimed that he promised aide-de-camp, he would forgive you, should you need to break the law in order to fast-track the construction of the border wall before the year 2020 the day of the election

“A totally Fake story in the Amazon Washington Post (lobbyist), stating that to build, if my helper broke the law, the wall (it’s fast), I would give you an excuse,” Trump said on Twitter on Wednesday. “This was a decrease from the Washington Post just to disparage – FAKE NEWS!”

DHS BARS THE EMPLOYEES FROM VISITING THE BORDER TO ‘RUDE’ AND ‘DISRUPTIVE’ BEHAVIOR

Trump later tweeted that The Washington Post and CNN reported, incorrectly, that he would think a wall along the southern border, it was important to stop illegal immigrants in the country.

The Washington Post reported Tuesday that Trump encourages helpers during the weekly meeting of the delivery of billions of dollars worth of construction contracts to take aggressive own country and disregard the environmental requirements of 500 miles to complete in the value of the border wall first promised to the voters in 2016.

Citing anonymous current and former White house officials, the Post Trump reported he said he would excuse me a helper should you need to break the law, to complete the project. An unnamed official in the President joked that when he proposed said, pardons.

The Democratic-led house of representatives—the investigation is trump for obstruction of justice— is to decide whether or not to start impeachment hearings, if it reconvenes from summer break next month.

Two Democratic Presidential Candidates– Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., and Beto O’rourke—to write on Twitter, a link to a Washington Post story Wednesday, that the report proved to be a necessity to the charges given to the Trump, the President sees himself as above the law.

“Donald Trump is freely grants standing for the subordinates, which would be to break the law, to his vanity project, wrote on the southern border,” Harris on Twitter. “Let’s be honest here: Trump is a lawlessness President.”

O’rourke, a former Texas Congressman and former mayor of the border city of El Paso, echoed Harris’ sentiment and noted the results of the report showed the consequences of non-compliance to the charges of trump card.

“We can’t wrote numb to these stories: Trump promised to pardon government employees who break the law, to build a wall, we don’t need,” O-Rourke. “This is the result of the charges are not liable to perform or lack of it: He believes that he is above the law and he thought to act like him until we hold him accountable.”

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Also Wednesday, Trump tweeted drone video from a range of barriers along the southern border, that the wall is “go very fast” in spite of “total disability” of the Democrats in Congress.

The Post reported that replacing only 60 miles from barrier, the current fencing was built along the southern border during the first 2.5 years of the Trump first term—and that is only about one-tenth of the 500 miles of border wall, first promised to the voters. The White house requested $3.6 billion in Pentagon funds be used in the barrier projects after Congress refused to allocate $ 5 billion for the job, according to the Post.

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