Trump hemmed and hawed about the new deal struck in Congress to keep the federal government open, saying he needed to 'study' it. And by "study" he means check Coulter's twitter stream and listen to Limbaugh. Weak!
The husband of Donald Trump's Director of Communications told Fox Business Network that federal workers inherently make a bargain with the feds and agree to government shutdowns and not getting paid because it's hard to fire them.
CNN's New Day had a filed of laughter as the replayed Trump surrogates on Fox News that either was honest about Donald's caving to Speaker Pelosi or weren't.
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.
Fox News' Sandra Smith couldn't get Trump's economic advisor to nail down the effects of the 34-day Trump govt shutdown and he used a word salad rant to distract the issue.
Larry Kudlow spun like a top to call the economic impact of Trump's government shutdown a "glitch," and walks back comments from Trump's chairman of economic advisers that zero growth is possible.
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