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Fact Check of the Day: The Many Ways Trump Has Said Mexico Will Pay for the Wall

President Trump denied that he ever promised Mexico would “write out a check” for his border wall. Yet he has said Mexico would “make a one-time payment,” that Mexico would reimburse the United States and that the costs could be covered by imposing fees on Mexican diplomats and workers.

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La más reciente propuesta del presidente Donald Trump para financiar el muro en la frontera, declarar una emergencia nacional y tomar dinero de proyectos de alivio por desastres —que potencialmente … Click to Continue »

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Shutdown: Trump says he's not looking to declare emergency for border wall 'right now'

President Donald Trump Friday played down the prospects of an imminent emergency declaration to free up funding for his proposed border wall.         

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Shutdown: Trump says he's not looking to declare emergency for border wall 'right now'

President Donald Trump Friday played down the prospects of an imminent emergency declaration to free up funding for his proposed border wall.         

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WASHINGTON —President Donald Trump saluted a Blackhawk helicopter hovering over the Rio Grande on Thursday, seeking to highlight the need for $5.7 billion for his trademark border wall to stop what he calls an "invasion."

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On Friday, Bret highlights the case brought against the Trump Administration over forced work by air traffic controllers without pay along with other groups, while Wisconsin is breathing easy with the return of a teenage kidnapped three months ago, and a look into the non-future of microchips.

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President Trump said Friday that the immigration flow along the southern border amounts to an “invasion,” calling the situation “far worse” than people understand after returning from a visit to the front-lines in Texas. 

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Lindsey Graham wants Trump to ‘Build a wall NOW’

A close ally of President Trump once again called on him to declare a state of emergency and redirect money from other federal programs to build the border wall with Mexico. Trump has publicly toyed with the idea as his impasse with Democrats and resulting government shutdown drags into its third...

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Workers rally in Boston to demand end to shutdown

Federal workers who aren't getting paychecks amid the lingering government shutdown rallied in Boston Friday to call on President Donald Trump to drop his demand for funding for a wall on the southern U.S. border. (Jan. 11)         

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A call to import more engineering talent will clarify the Pelosi agenda.

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Trump: Not looking to declare emergency right now

President Donald Trump tamped down expectations that he is close to declaring a national emergency to get the money he wants to build his U.S.-Mexico border wall as a three-week impasse closing parts of the government continued on Friday. (Jan. 11)         

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Trump: Not looking to declare emergency right now

President Donald Trump tamped down expectations that he is close to declaring a national emergency to get the money he wants to build his U.S.-Mexico border wall as a three-week impasse closing parts of the government continued on Friday. (Jan. 11)         

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Queremos que nos reembolsen nuestro dinero

Juliana Silva y Bill McGowan escriben que cualquier estadounidense que vio hablar al presidente Trump, a la presidenta de la Cámara de Representantes y al Líder de Minoría Schumer el martes habrían quedado desilusionados. En vez de presentar discursos exaltados y apasionados que promuevan la...

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To Trump, your opponents are your enemies — and your actual enemies are your friends.

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Trump holds roundtable on border security at the White House, calls on Democrats to 'come back to Washington and vote.'

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Former Times editor not happy with reporters' cable punditry

NEW YORK (AP) — Former New York Times editor Jill Abramson takes a dim view of many of the appearances that reporters at her former newspaper and The Washington Post make on Trump-centric cable television networks.

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Democratic Rep. Pramila Jayapal claimed on MSNBC Thursday that President Trump's real agenda is to make “America pure” by not having immigrants or “folks of color” in the country and shutting down all legal immigration. 

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Seattle Fox Affiliate Fires Editor After It Aired Doctored Trump Video

The clip of the president's speech Tuesday seemed to make him look more orange than usual and looped a tongue movement.

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