Fox News, Sean Hannity, hosted reports on dealing with immigration and border security between Democrats and Republicans in the Conference as he was covering President Donald Trump's rally in Texas on Monday. At that time, details were available in public.
In a row on his show, Hannity warned that any Republicans would be supporting a Demonstration that Trump had not fully funded claiming his proposed wall across the US-Mexico border "he must" post or to explain a post. Hannity argued with Republicans' law without going back called a "garbage" compromise.
"In this way, on the new compromise, I'm getting data … $ 1.3 billion?" Hannity asked, referring to a figure that agreed by the laws that reported. The allocation of funds to 55 miles of new border fences, reported by Washington Post, has shown that the "Hannity" host is praised than peanuts compared to the $ 5.7 billion Trump. previously claimed to build 200 thousand walls along the southern border.
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Hannity, who acts as an informal consultant to the president, recently announced the CBS News poll on Trump's comments on the launch of the Union State, which was as high as an audience's 72 percent support for the ideas of the president in relation to immigration.
"Look at this crowd. Look at the country," continued Hannity. "See CBS News. Even they say that 72 percent of the American people are trying to stop the heroin, stopping the charts, stopping the gang members and those who want to get sick. "
 Hannity commented about a moment after bipartisan lawyers announced on Capitol Hill that negotiations had agreed "in principle" to stop the second government on security and immigration the border.
"Our team is working hard to put together all the data, and we can all say now without getting into people and everything," said Chairman of the Seanad Appropriations, Richard Shelby (R-Ala), according to ABC News. "But our product is our product, and we believe that if this law becomes lawful, it would open the government."
"No one wants us to get everything we need," Mr. Patrick Leahy (D-VT), regarding his work with Shelby, against ABC. "No one, but we're going to get the best things for the United States."
Trump previously submitted to Trump for his desire to declare a national emergency at the border, which the president believes that he could secure funds throughout the wall, he repeatedly promised Mexico to pay during the campaign in 2016. A national emergency would suggest that Trump could immediately start its wall by tackling the legislative approval required by the Conference. Republican legalists and White House officials, including Jared Kushner, showed that Trump preferred not without relying on that option to build the wall due to the legal challenges that would follow. The national emergency option is still on the board.