US President, Trump doesn't believe in the dispute over the financing of a border wall with Mexico, according to his own words, to an acceptable agreement. In an Interview with the "Wall Street journal" (Monday), he estimated the chances that a newly-established group of 17 members of Congress come to a timely agreement, as a low. At the same time, he did not rule out emergency use of powers of attorney, in order to build the border plant. Another government standstill, Trump did not want to exclude. "That's certainly a possibility," he said.
the dispute over the boundary wall had resulted in the longest government Shutdown in U.S. history. After the end of the Trump and the opposition Democrats have agreed on a transitional budget for parts of the US government is up to 15. February. No agreement succeeds, until then, a further escalation is feared.
"personally, I see the below 50-50," said Trump on the question of the chances of an agreement. Trump had refused in December, a budget law for several ministries and their subordinate authorities to sign, if not $ 5.7 billion (5 billion euros) for the construction of a border wall would be scheduled. Asked whether he would accept no less than 5.7 billion dollars, Trump said: "I doubt it. I have to do.“
The construction of a border wall is the promise of one of the Trumps Central Wahlkmpf. Asked whether he would accept another Form of border fortification as a wall, he said: "I need to see. As long as it stops criminals, Gangs, traffickers and drugs, I'm open to anything. But the only thing that works, barrier is a very strong Form of physical.“More about
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The opposition Democrats hold a wall along the border to Mexico for immoral and ineffective in solving the illegal immigration in the United States. They propose instead, more money for the repair or the construction of new border fences, technology for border surveillance and other border officials and asylum judge. (dpa)