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Trump threatens to declare a state of emergency, says he can ‘relationship’ to furloughed Federal government workers

closevideo what would happen if President Trump said that the border crisis a national emergency? It is an option he is considering.

Discuss in conversation with journalists before a Sunday morning trip to Camp David, the border protection, President Trump confirmed that “I can explain, to construct a national emergency, dependent on what will happen in the next few days,” a border wall, and declared that the Republicans and Democrats are “some very serious conversations” begin on Monday.

Trump, who said publicly for the first time on Sunday, that he will give you a State of the Union address on Jan. 29, also insisted that he can relate to the hundreds of thousands of workers, he thinks, since furloughed in the midst of the ongoing partial government shudown and he made it clear that he has your support.

“I can tell” Trump NBC News correspondent Kelly O’donnell. “And I’m sure that the people who is on the receiving end to make adjustments. They always do. And you will make adjustments. The people understand exactly what is going on. Many of those people who don’t get a paycheck, many of these people agree 100 percent with what I’m doing.”

“It’s not gonna be no, turn right here,” trump added.

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In response to reports that some Federal States workers demand increasingly ill, including hundreds of Transport and security administration (TSA) employees, the ride is responsible for screening airport passengers, Trump best, that the Problem was widespread, but acknowledged that some employees “have what they have to do.”

Vice President Pence is scheduled to continue in Washington to meet with congressional officials about a possible shutdown deal, the President said-although he made it clear that he is not much confidence in a weekend breakthrough.

“I don’t expect anything more to happen, at this meeting,” Trump said.

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen allegedly got into a tense confrontation at a White house meeting on Wednesday, with the California Democrat to break Nielsen’s presentation on border security and illegal immigration, to say, “I reject your facts.”

PELOSI ALLEGEDLY INTERRUPTS DHS SECRETARY: “I REJECT YOUR FACTS”

The President on Sunday also said he was driving “fully engaged” in negotiations and claimed that he had “tremendous support within the Republican party”, as the ongoing partial federal government shutdown continues for his 16. Day. The longest federal government shutdown in US history lasted 21 days, and Trump has repeatedly said, the current one can not be longer than one year, if Democrats are willing to Finance a portion of the wall.

“You would not be in a nice big fat war going on in Asia with North Korea, if I’m elected President.”

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In an interview with “Fox News Sunday,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders comments doubled down on Trump’s during an impromptu Rose Garden press conference on Friday, as he can call told reporters, “We have a national emergency [build a wall], because of the security of our country. … “I can do it. I can do it. … If we can do it through a negotiated process, we it a shot.”

“The President is willing to do what it takes to protect our borders, to protect the people in this country,” said Sanders, host Chris Wallace. “He knows that the No. 1 job he has as President and commander-in-chief, to protect its citizens.”

But Democrats, including the Democratic Rhode Island Rep. David Cicilline, have not said to Trump over this power.

FILE-In this 4. April 2018 file photo, a U.S. soldier stands in a newly-installed position, in the vicinity of the front line between the U. S-backed Syrian Manbij military Council and the Turkish-backed fighters in Manbij, Northern Syria. The planned US troop withdrawal opens a gap in the North and East of Syria, and the conflicts and rivalries between all the forces in the Middle East, to approach each other to fill him. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla, file)

Separately on Sunday, Trump policy spoken on the outside, shortly after he announced that Jamal al-Badawi, Al-Qaeda operative linked to the deadly 2000 attack on the USS Cole, was killed in a U.S. air strike in Yemen.

The President said he was in “indirect” contact with the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un, since the two met face-to-face last summer. U.S. officials scouting are supposed to discuss possible locations for a second meeting, the denuclearization of the Korena Peninsula.

“You would not said in a nice big fat war going on in Asia with North Korea, if I’m elected President,” Trump.

Also, he presented again with a full force in Syria, while also tempering to remove the expectations for a quick withdrawal, told reporters, “We are going to our troops. I never said we would do it quickly, but we will destroy ISIS.”

Top Republicans, including South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, had sharp Trump criticized the original plan for a faster withdrawal from Syria, saying it would jeopardize U.S.-allied Kurds in the area, which will help Russia to destabilize the situation and US interests. In response, the White house argues that America needs to protect himself, his troops and found that it has the ability to strike in Syria from bases in Iraq.

Meanwhile, in an interview aired Sunday on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Acting White house chief of staff Mick Mulvaney told host Chuck Todd that Trump “was ready to agree, and he mentioned this in the Rose Garden press conference, a concrete wall from the table” in order for an offer to end the ongoing shutdown.

Mulvaney had met with leading members of the Congress officials on Saturday to try to make progress on a compromise, although he suggested that the meeting was mostly unproductive.

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