The drama provided an eloquent picture of the political forces over immigration, torn apart by the rapprochement of the Republican Party.
By the end of the border, Trump was in a predominant form, launching his dubious claims of immigration while burning new democracies against climate change and abortion.
In Washington, under the dome of the Capitol, Republican MPs worked hard with these same Democrats on a sort of institutional Washington compromise that affirmed the neglect of Tramp's traditional policy. will happen afterwards. But with Trump, who enjoys himself in the embrace of his adored, guerrilla crowd, it is quite possible that he returns to the White House, nurturing his instincts with baits.
CNN's Manu Raju, Phil Mattingli, Jeff Green and Dana Bash contributed to this report.