Conservative spokeswoman Rach Limboe, who spoke to Fox News, accuses the compromise cost bill recently signed by President Trump to prevent another partial closure of the government, more than a covert effort by some Republicans to torpedo the presidential Presidents in 2020
"Both countries have people still trying to get rid of Donald Trump," said Limbouu, saying that Democrats are also working to ensure a "permanent sub-class of voters" who are "no "I read this bill – this costly bill, this bill is scandalous."
Lemboou dismissed allegations that Trump was improperly influenced by right-wing media figures and "someone" ̵
At the end of last year, many prominent conservatives, including Colonel Ann Coulter, angered Trump for showing that he had dropped his threat of not signing any account for ra walk without financing from the wall. Trump responded with Coulter's crash on Twitter, then reversed a course and demanded money for the barrier project on the road to a historic 35-day partial closure of the government. "It's just one more effort to keep trying to reduce the president – cut President Trump as someone who does not know what he is doing, he can not do it without the right right," said Limboe, host Chris Wallace. It's not the way he manages, and nobody's doing what I do, which has something to do with real policy making for this president. "
On Friday, Trump said he announced a national breakdown at the southern border, using executive powers in an attempt to divert billions to building a wall even when he signed a funding package to prevent a new exclusion that includes only 1.4 billion dollar. for border security – far from the $ 5.7 billion he has long asked for the wall.
Compromise legislation, which last week prevailed in Parliament and the Senate, contained enough money to build just 55 miles of barricades, not the 200 miles that the White House sought. MCCABE, ROSENSTEIN MUST BE USED IN A PLACE FOR DOWNLOADING THE PRESIDENT AMENDING THE WORKERS
strike, providing additional funding for 5,000 more beds that Immigration and customs enforcement can use for the accommodation of illegal immigrants. But in an attempt to exert pressure on the agency to hold less illegal immigrants, Democrats have assured that the bill does not include funding for 2000 additional ICR agents requested by the Trump administration or 750 border patrol agents who were also wanted .
Several Republicans, including Texas's Dan Dan Krenshaw and Chip Roy, voted against the bill, saying he did not properly deal with the flow of illegal immigrants and drugs across the border. Roy called the bill "fake" and said the financing bill "undermines the whole sense of an emergency declaration."
"We have an emergency – it's an invasion."
For his part, Limbou said that insufficient attention was paid to the resistance of the Democrats to even minimal border security measures. In an interview last week, potential Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke called for the existing border walls to be knocked down. Democratic presidential candidate Senator Kirsten Gillibrand said he "can support" this position.
"We have an emergency – it is an invasion," Limbou said, referring to the flow of thousands of illegal immigrants – including many of the organized caravans – that are still approaching the US border.
the very existence and definition of American culture, American society, the rule of law – why does not anyone talk about the fact that millions and millions and millions of people are breaking the law here illegally and the Democratic Party wants it to happen? Limboe asked.
Compromise bill on spending will undermine the White House and will not produce results at the border, Limbou added – and, he says, this may be what some Republicans are thinking. through the fence of a shelter in Piedras Negras, Mexico, Tuesday, February 5, 2019. Caravan of about 1600 migrants from a Central American camp on Tuesday in the Mexican border town of Piedras Negras, west of Eagle Pass, Texas. The governor of the northern state of Kowaila describes migrants as "asylum seekers," suggesting that everyone had an explicit intention to surrender to the US authorities. (19659007) Central American immigrant families look through the shelter of a shelter in Piedras Negras, Mexico, Tuesday, February 5, 2019 A caravan of about 1600 migrants from a Central American camp on Tuesday in the Mexican Border the city of Piedras Negras, to the west of Eagle Pass, Texas. The governor of the northern state of Kowaila describes migrants as "asylum seekers," suggesting that everyone had an explicit intention to surrender to the US authorities. (Jerry Lara / San Antonio Express – News via AP)