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Trump’s ‘not happy’ with party’s cross-border deal, but don’t want another shutdown

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Trump makes remarks about the Congress-a compromise designed to avert a second government shutdown.

President Trump said on Tuesday he was “happy” with the preliminary deal by congressional negotiators have worked to secure borders, as a Friday deadline to avert a second government shutdown.

But while the President expressed his dissatisfaction with what has been agreed to by the legislature on Monday night, he said, adding that he believes it will be another shut down at the end.

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“I’m happy, at first glance?” Trump said. “The answer is no. I’m not happy.”

A Committee negotiating new border security measures provisionally Monday evening agreed to devote the $to Trump 1.4 billion border wall, far less than its $ 5.7 billion target. The emerging deal drops Democratic demands, in order to seriously limit arrests of immigrants illegally in the United States

The agreement also calls for the 55 miles of metal fins or other types of new fencing, as opposed to a concrete wall. The fencing would be constructed in the Rio Grande Valley in Texas. The Pact includes money for other cross-border security measures, including enhanced screening at border entry points and customs officials.

The large funding measure, which combines seven spending bills that would Finance them in a several Federal agencies through Sept. 30.

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Trump, speaking in the midst of a Cabinet meeting in the White house, not to say whether he would sign the measure, only that he was dissatisfied with what was agreed, but don’t want to see another shutdown.

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“I am extremely dissatisfied with what gave the Democrats to us,” said the President and added that his proposed border wall built and “we are using other methods than this one.”

White House spokesman Hogan Gidley said earlier on Tuesday to say that it is difficult, what is and is not acceptable before officials have a chance to check the details of the proposal, the house and Senate agreed to a legislator, to Monday night. Gidley added the White house wants to focus on, what not “really could be in the document, what”.

Top Republican Mitch McConnell in the Senate, and Kevin McCarthy in the house both claimed victory, arrest of crows democratic concessions to a new border barriers, and a late-stage battle over the ability of the state authorities and to life imprison illegal immigrants in the United States

Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer called on to accept the Trump, the emerging border security deal, and “not, not, not cause another shutdown.”

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Schumer called the preliminary agreement “welcome news” and a “way forward”.

The New York senator argued that neither side will achieve everything you wanted from the deal, but said, “hopefully this agreement means is that there is not another government shutdown.”

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The Congress is of the essence in the direction of a deadline Friday to Fund the government, or the risk of other partial federal shutdown.

Trump traveled to El Paso, Texas, for a campaign rally-style Monday night focused on immigration and border issues. He was convinced that the Congress will not approve money for a wall along the Mexican border, although he had repeated his 2016 mantra, the figures from Mexico for him, and he took to the stage as lawmakers back in Washington, in which your breakthrough.

“You said that progress is being made, with this Committee,” Trump told his audience, referring to the congressional elections bargainers. “Just so you know, we build the wall anyway.”

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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