Trump’s last Christmas message for the Democrats: Government shutdown “until we have a wall”

in the vicinity ofthe video, trump says that he hopes, more than 500 km of renovated and new border fence until the 2020 election

President Trump has a Christmas message for the Democrats – the government will partially shut down “, until we fence a wall [or].”

Trump, in an interview with journalists on Tuesday in the Oval Office during the fourth day of cul-de-SAC, also revealed that he will go to the border in Texas for a “ground-breaking” ceremony for a part of the project at the end of January.

“While we are fighting, on the financing, we are also building, and it is my hope that, completed, the miles all of the 500 to 550 to have it renovated or a new of the day of the election,” he said.


Democrats, however, remain in contrast to the authorization of additional funding for a border wall as part of a new government, the spending package-and your hand will only strengthen once the party takes control of the house in the next month. The White house warned at the weekend that the shutdown standoff could extend into the new year, and Trump is not made on Tuesday that he plans to stir from the spot.

“I can’t tell you when the government is openly said to be” Trump. “I can tell you it is not going to open until we have a wall, a fence, whatever you want to call it.

“It is a barrier made up of people pour into our country,” he added. “It is a barrier of drugs.”

President Trump welcomes the members of the five branches of the military via video conference at Christmas. (AP)

Trump also accused Democrats want open borders – while they claim, some Federal workers on his side.

“Many of the workers have to stay informed to tell me, ‘outside, up to the funding for the wall.’ These government workers want the wall,” Trump told reporters.

Trump stressed that it would be effective to keep illegal immigrants from entering the United States

“It could have quipped a case of an Olympic champion, can be about the wall, but for the most part, you won’t be able to do it,” Trump.

Democratic leaders, on Christmas eve, in the meantime, said the “President wanted the shutdown, but he doesn’t seem to know how to get themselves out of it.”

The White house issued a counter-offer, over the weekend, between Trump the 5.7 billion US-Dollar prize and the $1.3 billion the Democrats have offered, depending on the budget, Director Mick Mulvaney.

Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer’s office, though, said the parties remained “very far apart.”

The impact of the shutdown, meanwhile, felt soon.

Trump’s excuse Federal employees from work on Monday, and Christmas is a holiday, which means the public might begin to notice the shutdown, the impact on Wednesday. Around 800,000 Federal workers must remain working without pay for the time, or is waiting at home later paid.

Several Cabinet departments and agencies have been closed since Saturday, after their funding lapses.

Trump in the White house, while his family in Florida for Christmas. He spoke with reporters Tuesday after he offered greetings to American troops around the world.

“It is a shame what is happening in our country, but other than that I wish you all a Merry Christmas,” he said.

Fox News’ Jennifer Bowman and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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