Meanwhile, the president's own assistants have worked behind the scenes to shed the result less as a concession and more as an opportunity. Trump itself has only been partially susceptible to this characterization.
White housekeepers still reviewed the bill for the bill – which stacked up to more than 1,000 pages – on Thursday, and searched for potential "landmines" that could cause the president to reject it. Trump signaled to advisers and allies this week, he tended to sign it to avoid another dismissal from the government and would use management actions to try to secure additional border wall dollars.
"I know the president is still evaluating the bill produced by the conference committees. I think he has been very aware that he is not happy with it when he saw less than $ 1
"I think the president considers what is in the bill. He also assesses the authority he has and I know he will make a decision before the deadline, "said Pence.
Trump is publicly amazed at the GOP efforts.
" I would like to thank all Republicans for that work You've done in connection with the Radical Left's Border Security, "he tweeted on Tuesday.
But privately, Trump has cast GOP's dealmaking efforts as insufficient and wondered why he, an experienced dealmaker, was not consulted with more regularly, when the two sides talked about an agreement, the White House acted on the sidelines, while congress dealers drew a deal.
Meanwhile, lawmakers have not been without Trump's public security to sign the bill.  "I beg" Trump signs the bill, Senate Grants President Richard Shelby told CNN on Thursday, saying he spoke to Trump on Wednesday night, and the president was in "good spirits." Shel City said he did not ask directly if Trump would sign it, but evidence that he would.
To appeal to the president, helpers and some Republican lawmakers have thrown the smaller figure, about $ 1,375 billion, as a down payment, which will ultimately lead to new wall construction.
Originally, Trump had to worry when he saw Sean Hannity and other Fox News hosts out of the plan, including when he looked on Monday from Texas, where he had seen recorded versions of prime time programming where he had held a campaign rally.
Trump spent much of the flight calling allies to seek advice and regret what he considered republican lack of negotiations. Hannity, whom the president often calls late at night after his show ends, cut away from the rally in El Paso on Monday night to reject the breakthrough as a "rubbish game."
"1.3 billion? It's not one – not even a wall, a barrier?" Hannity said. "Any republican who supports this waste compromise, you will have to explain. Look at this crowd. Look at the land. Look at CBS News, even they say 72% of American people want heroin to stop, cartels have to stop, the band. members to stop and those who want us sick. "
But Hannity's tone had changed significantly at next night.
"I'm not happy either," Hannity said Tuesday. "No one should be happy. The president has every right to be angry."
Hannity said that while he had "no insider information," he believed that the president would declare a national emergency.
"And the president, I think I know him quite well, telegraphed it very much today," added Hannity.
The difference in the 24 hours was a lot of phone calls from the White House to the president's allies in the media and framed the deal as a win for Trump by doing two points: that Parliament's speaker Nancy Pelosi was lost because she said the president would not get more than $ 1 for his wall while pledging that Trump would take management action to secure additional funding for the wall beyond the $ 1 billion. dollars covered by the agreement.
Presidential advisers asked the calls in the hope that Trump's media association would adopt a more optimistic perspective – and in turn discourage the president from rejecting the agreement and triggering another government termination.
White housekeepers were relieved when the Fox & Friends hosts threw the deal in a rose light followed by the positive remarks from Hannity, Laura Ingraham and Lou Dobbs later.
Still, while Trump has offered signals, he will sign the plan, no assistant is quite sure he will not turn the course on previous state funding agreements. Trump has also expressed concern that no one has time to fully read the 1000-page bill – something in March he said he would not adhere to.
"But I say to Congress: I will never sign another bill like this again. I will not do it again. No one reads it. It is only hours old," he said before signing a package he complained contained insufficient border security financing.
Although aides publicly hit the deal as a win for the president, many are relieved that he has stated that he will sign it, feel that they have run out of other opportunities and have no influence.
Officials have said they are waiting to read the full text of the bill before the President approves it publicly, but they were briefed on important aspects of the agreement before a Cabinet meeting on Tuesday.