Sean Hannity has been a strong advocate for Trump to keep his shutdown going until he gets his wall money and takes his message to the people, but after Trump was forced to give in today, Hannity tried to appease his fans on the radio by saying he will.
After Trump ended his presser, CNN host Brooke Baldwin said it was "shameful" that Trump closed the government down for 35 days and didn't get a "single penny for his wall.
Fox News White House reporter John Roberts chuckled, remembering that a week ago Trump said medieval walls worked but today he said he didn't need a 2,000 mile concrete wall.
Donald Trump announced he's agreed to reopen the federal government for the next three weeks and renegotiate the issue of border security, but admitted he won't be building a 2000 mile concrete wall.
Trump just bowed to Speaker Pelosi and agreed to reopen the government while continuing negotiations on border security.
After Trump reneged on a deal in December to reopen the federal government and then refuses to negotiate in good faith, he's now trying to make believe he didn't mean Mexico was actually going to pay for the wall, which was one of his big rally cries.
Trump finally addresses his campaign promise that Mexico would pay for the wall by lying about his past statements.
Noelle Nikpour, a republican branding expert told Fox and Friends that private donors could totally fund Trump's wall, just like Ted Turner gave a billion dollars away to the U.N. and host Brian Kilmeade was overjoyed.
CNN's Jim Acosta sparred with Sean Spicer over who was actually going to pay for Trump's border wall.
CNN's Jim Acosta asked Sean Spicer why there even was a discussion about shutting down the government over funds for the wall when Trump maintained Mexico was going to pay for it?
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