Trump will seek full funding soon for his border wall

Trump will seek full funding soon for his border wallPresident Donald Trump on Wednesday said he would soon push for full funding of his promised wall along the U.S. border with Mexico, which could spark budget battles in a Congress fractured over his immigration policy. “Now we’re going for the full funding for the wall, and we’re going to try and get that as soon as possible,” Trump said at a roundtable with California municipal leaders who favor his goal of making the U.S. border impervious to illegal immigration. Last month Trump threatened to shut down the federal government in September if Congress did not provide more funding for his wall.


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North Carolina teachers to rally in Raleigh for raises, funding

  1. North Carolina teachers to rally in Raleigh for raises, funding  NBCNews.com
  2. Teachers head to Raleigh for rally – WECT TV6-WECT.com:News, weather & sports Wilmington, NC  WECT-TV6
  3. NCAE – North Carolina Association of Educators | Advocacy Day  the NCAE
  4. As thousands of teachers rally in Raleigh, NC superintendent will be 100 miles away  WRAL.com
  5. The one way North Carolina’s teacher rally Wednesday could spark change  Charlotte Observer
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Trump threatens government shutdown in September if no funding for wall

Trump threatens government shutdown in September if no funding for wallU.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday threatened to shut down the federal government in September if Congress did not provide more funding to build a wall on the border with Mexico. “That wall has started, we have 1.6 billion (dollars),” Trump said at a campaign rally in Washington, Michigan. “We come up again on September 28th and if we don’t get border security we will have no choice, we will close down the country because we need border security.” Trump made a similar threat in March to push for changes in immigration law that he says would prevent criminals from entering the country.


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