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Speech on the state of the Nation: Trump insists on border wall

The wall dispute had led to the longest Shutdown in US history - in his speech to the Nation President of the Trump implored the "moral obligation" to create

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Speech on the state of the Nation: Trump insists on border wall

The wall dispute had led to the longest Shutdown in US history - in his speech to the Nation President of the Trump implored the "moral obligation" to create a new immigration system and called for co-operation.

In his speech to the Nation has called on US President Donald Trump with the Congress to reform the immigration laws of the United States. "We have a moral obligation to create an immigration system that lives and jobs of our citizens," said Trump. Many people would have voted for a wall to Mexico, he would build it. "Walls work, walls to save lives. I get them built," said Trump.

New solutions

Trump find the Democrats, called on to work with him. "We must overcome the politics of revenge. Together, we can break out of decades of political stalemate. We can overcome differences, old wounds heal, new coalitions, forging and finding new solutions."

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