On Sunday, President Donald Trump presented CBS News & quot; Face the Nation & quot; that he would be willing to force another government interruption to achieve his desired border wall in the United States and Mexico.
When anchor Margaret Brennan asked Trump if he would be willing to close the government again. The president replied that America should wait and see what happens on February 15. After Brennan followed up on whether it meant that Trump didn't take another shutdown from the table, replied that "I'm not taking anything out of the table, I don't like taking things out of the table. That's the alternative. is a national emergency, these are other things and you know that there have been many national emergencies called. " [1
In response to Brennan's observation of Trump will have to find a way to work with Pelosi, he insisted that "she can continue to play her games, but we will win. Because we have a much better problem. On a political basis, what she is doing – I actually think it is bad policy, but much more important it is very bad for our country. "
In an interview with Salon published Saturday, former New Jersey government urged Chris Christie president to rethink his approach to the border crisis funding crisis. Christie was one of Trump's careful advisers in the presidential campaign in 2016 and was almost chosen to be Trump's vice president.
"Every negotiation cannot be a test of crew. Every negotiation cannot be a blow down. "Christie Salon told me.
He added: "What I say to all the peoples of Congress now and the White House is, you have to find a way to sit down and listen to each other. Really listen to each other and have a mindset on how to get to yes to come to an agreement. "