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  • way with rally border El his Paso debate Trump to turn tries
  • WATCH: President Trump speaks at rally in El Paso
  • Trump tries to turn border debate his way with El Paso rally
  • 10 hours ago Trump tries to turn border wall debate his way with El Paso campaign rally Trump will hold his first campaign rally since November's midterm. 20 hours ago President Donald Trump is trying to turn the debate over a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border back to his political advantage as his signature. 6 hours ago EL PASO, Texas — President Donald Trump headed to the Texas border on Monday to argue his case that walls work as Democrats and.

    way with rally border El his Paso debate Trump to turn tries

    Any independent moves would face almost immediate legal challenges that even Trump's aides fear will be successful. Still, they reckon it will show Trump as determined to fight for the wall, and figure that voters will blame the courts and Congress rather the president.

    For some supporters, that's not enough. California-based conservative leader Mark Meckler, who helped found the tea party movement, said Trump's base voters are done waiting for him to deliver on the wall. He warned that the president risks alienating his strongest supporters unless he "goes to war" with Democrats. He's either doing it or he's not doing it. The border debate has also proven to be a drag on the president's support among Republican lawmakers, many of whom don't share the president's zeal for the wall.

    Last month Trump was forced to surrender the shutdown fight after senators in his party broke ranks amid the increasingly painful impacts of the stoppage. It coincided with mounting intraparty disagreements over the president's policies for Afghanistan and Syria that led to a striking rebuke of them earlier this month led by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

    For all of that, though, Trump advisers on the campaign and inside the White House insist, that fulfilled or not, the promise of a wall is a winning issue for Trump. The president has already sought to rewrite the "Build the Wall" chants that were a staple of his campaign to "Finish the Wall," and will use his rally in Texas to go in-depth on the issue, aides said. Highlighting their differing view of the electorate, Democrats are likewise adamant that Trump's struggles for the wall are a political boon to them, believing their midterm election gains in the House proved that voters want to block Trump's agenda.

    An AP-NORC poll conducted during last month's shutdown found that more Americans opposed than favored building a wall along the Mexican border, 49 percent to 36 percent. Eight in 10 Democrats opposed building the wall and only about 1 in 10 were in favor. Nearly 8 in 10 Republicans favored the wall, while only about 1 in 10 were opposed. A Trump campaign adviser said the Trump team sees the El Paso rally as less about winning over voters ahead of the election and more an opportunity to reshape the debate around the wall.

    The campaign views the rally, which is to take place just a few hundred yards from El Paso's border fence, as an opportunity for Trump to make the case that border barriers work, said the adviser, who was not authorized to discuss campaign strategy by name and requested anonymity.

    Trump has repeatedly exaggerated the impact of El Paso's fencing on the city's crime rate, as well as statistics about crime committed by people who have entered the U. El Paso is home to one potential Democratic challenger to Trump, former Rep. Beto O'Rourke, who unsuccessfully challenged Sen. Ted Cruz in and maintains an army of small-dollar donors and a large social media following.

    Trump will hold his first campaign rally since November's midterm elections in El Paso, Texas, on Monday as he faces a defining week for his push on the wall — and for his presidency and his prospects. Weakened by the disastrous government shutdown and facing a fresh deadline Friday, Trump is trying to convince people that that he'll continue to push to build his long-promised wall, even though there's no way it would be anywhere near complete by the time voters have to decide whether to give him another term.

    A bipartisan group of lawmakers was negotiating ahead of Friday's deadline, but on Sunday people familiar with the talks said the mood among the bargainers had grown sour amid an impasse over migrant detention policies.

    They spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss private talks. Even Trump's full demand is a fraction of the money he needs to complete the barrier he wants. His vision for the wall already has been substantially scaled down since the campaign, when it was to be built of concrete and span the length of the border and be paid for by Mexico.

    Now, he's looking to build "steel slats" along much of the 1,mile stretch, relying on natural barriers for the rest. The amount of federal funding he's seeking would pay for fewer than miles of new barrier. The president, who feared a backlash from his most loyal supporters last year if he didn't use the last gasp of unified Republican control in Washington to fight for the wall, isn't expected to provoke another standoff with Congress. West Wing aides have acknowledged there is insufficient support among Republicans to sustain another shutdown fight.

    Still, Trump has publicly dismissed the work of congressional negotiators as a "waste of time" and on Sunday said he thinks Democrats want a shutdown to turn attention from the economy and other positive news for his administration. Trump also continued to threaten to flex his executive powers by trying to unilaterally tap into existing federal dollars to build the wall through a declaration of a national emergency or another presidential action. Any independent moves would face almost immediate legal challenges that even Trump's aides fear will be successful.

    Still, they reckon it will show Trump as determined to fight for the wall, and figure that voters will blame the courts and Congress rather the president. For some supporters, that's not enough. California-based conservative leader Mark Meckler, who helped found the tea party movement, said Trump's base voters are done waiting for him to deliver on the wall.

    He warned that the president risks alienating his strongest supporters unless he "goes to war" with Democrats. He's either doing it or he's not doing it. The border debate has also proven to be a drag on the president's support among Republican lawmakers, many of whom don't share the president's zeal for the wall. Last month Trump was forced to surrender the shutdown fight after senators in his party broke ranks amid the increasingly painful impacts of the stoppage.

    It coincided with mounting intraparty disagreements over the president's policies for Afghanistan and Syria that led to a striking rebuke of them earlier this month led by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

    For all of that, though, Trump advisers on the campaign and inside the White House insist, that fulfilled or not, the promise of a wall is a winning issue for Trump. The president has already sought to rewrite the "Build the Wall" chants that were a staple of his campaign to "Finish the Wall," and will use his rally in Texas to go in-depth on the issue, aides said.

    WATCH: President Trump speaks at rally in El Paso

    3 hours ago Trump and O'Rourke go head-to-head over border wall in El Paso, TX role in the presidential race, as both sides use it to try to rally their. 1 day ago WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is trying to turn the debate over a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border back to his political advantage as. 1 day ago WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is trying to turn the debate over a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border back to his political advantage.

    Trump tries to turn border debate his way with El Paso rally



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