Vice President Mike Pens, who spoke to the Fox News, said the Republicans are, of course, ready to negotiate further on the bordering compromise proposed by President Trump on Saturday, although Pens has accused House President Nancy Pelosi has committed to a "disappointing" strategy for "sound objects" for almost a month.
Penn's comments came when Fox News learned that Senate Republicans were fighting on Saturday night and on Sunday morning to draft a bill to track Trump's proposal to end the ongoing partial exclusion of the federal government. Democratic leaders, including the Pelosi, rejected Trump's proposal before it was formally announced.
Pens also sought a buzz-fed, debated Buzzfeed News report that included Trump in a congressional lieutenant scheme ̵
But after talking later about Fox News, the Democratic Republic of South Carolina, Jim Kleyburn defends the Democrat's response to the Buzzfeed report, including some who call for Trump's impeachment if the story turns out to be accurate. Kyleborn was arguing. "When you preach your statement with" If this is true, "this, for me, gives you all the coverage you need."
Despite the bruchaha, Pens says, the White House remains focused on ending the partial suspension of the federal government, which is already on its 30th day.
"There is a lawsuit going on Tuesday in the Senate of the United States," he must draft a bill to implement Trump's proposal, Pens said, "said Chris Wallace.
What Trump suggested on Wednesday is not necessarily Trump's final proposal, Pens said.
the proposal before the President could pronounce his speech "on Saturday," Pens said. "The president proposes a solution, and what we have of the Democrat leadership is just a sound recording."
The text of the bill – which should include the protection of 700,000 deferred actions for child-bearing recipients (DACA), Trump of $ 5.7 billion, seeks a barrier along the southern border of the country with Mexico, and extended protections for 300,000
Asked if Republicans could collect 60 votes in the Senate to defeat a possible Democracy bankruptcy on the bill, although Penns is not bound.
"As the president often says," We will see, "Pens said, noting that the Republicans had 53 votes in the chamber, and then the vice president dismissed the suggestions of some conservative commentators, including Ann Cooler, that the plan was" amnesty " a line of attack that suggests that some Republicans in the House and the Senate may not support the proposal. "
This is not an amnesty, there is no way for citizenship, no permanent status here, like amnesty," says Pens before Wallace. a conscientious effort to solve the problem. [InaseriesoftweetsInthebeginningofSundayTrumpalsodeniedthathiscompromiseplanisanamnestyforillegalimmigrants-althoughheobviouslyleftanopendoortoofferamnestyaspartofa"muchbiggerdeal"
Pencea added, "I think the Americans look at it, Chris, they'll see this for that. President Trump said, "Bring me all the ideas from all sides, let's put them on the table." The President made it clear what he would support. It is now time for the Senate and the Parliament to start voting to secure our border and reopen the government. "
When the spokesman, Pelosi, said if we reopened the government and took 30 days to negotiate that it would not give the president
Pelosi and the leader of the Democratic Party unnecessarily prolonged the suspension, Blessing to Border or Wall
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Separately, Pens highlights the news that a second summit between Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong But will be held in the following month
But in December North Korea promised, is never going to give up its nuclear weapons unilaterally if the US does not remove its nuclear threat first, and US intelligence officials say the country is not nuclear as promised
"The president will announce details in the coming days , "Pens said." There will be a second summit. And at this meeting, we will set out our expectations for North Korea to take concrete steps to begin the reality of the nuclear nuclear blockade that Kim Jong Un has committed to. The president is very optimistic. "Pence ended up praying for the" four American heroes "killed in a suicide bombing Wednesday at a restaurant in Syria, including two US officials, one civilian from the Department of Defense and one contractor, three more Americans injured in the blast
Pressed by Wallace about whether ISIS is indeed defeated in Syria, as Penns and Trump have repeatedly said, Pens said the "progress" made by the administration against Isis was "remarkable."
The White House, Referring to what the president calls an unnecessary loss of American life, announced in December that approximately 2,000 US soldiers in Syria would soon withdraw. "After President Obama withdrew US forces from Iraq in 2011, we literally saw that this caliph of Isis is rising and overcoming the vast areas of Syria and Iraq earned by American soldiers," said Pens. began the bombing process two years later. But President Trump changed the engagement rules. He told our military commander to go after them, and our soldiers and Americans in the fight together with our allies literally smashed the state of ISIS. "
Pens went on:" The President made a decision as Commander-in-Chief to pass the fight with Isis to Syria to our coalition partners. We are currently working, the President wants us to return our troops home but admits there are remnants, there are still fighters from Isis, but we have returned 99% of the territory the caliphate has claimed. The ISIS is defeated, but we will not rest or relax until we drive ISIS not only from the region but from the face of the earth. " Chris Wallace and Chad Pergram contributed to this report