The goverment needs many money to build the border wall, but they don't want to spend some money on that.
토론주제 : Should the Democrats agree to build the new wall?
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No, Democrats should not agree to build the new wall. Because it takes billions and billions of dollar and I don't think people want to waste the money by building the border wall Anyway do they have to build a wall? no actually they just can make a fence!
Many people are getting over the border illegally which is bad for united states. Also, they always try to get over that they sometimes die. To prevent from dying and illegal crimes, they can make a border.
You know, there is leftover money anyway, and also making a border doesn't take a lot of money than other sevices that they make annually. They can reduce those sizes and make one.
The whole economy of the world is so much dependent on globalized system that reversing it is too costly. Also, if you just build the wall to circumscribe flow of population, next phase will be territorial dispute.
No, the Democrats should no agree to build the wall, it's too much of an expense for the government.
SERIOUSLY, it's NOT only the wall that will do, it can be compared to planting a 'TREE SAPLING'. MONITORING should be done for the assurance that nobody will cross over, because desperate moves can be done by illegal migrants, so a surveillance team should be on the move in the area all the time.
If the border will be secured in the TRUE sense of the word, then no illegal migrants will ever successfully cross it.
Donald Trump claimed in an interview broadcast on Sunday to have “set the table beautifully” for the next stage of his confrontation with congressional Democrats which caused the longest government shutdown in US history.
Trump indicated that to secure funding for a wall on the border with Mexico, he will declare a national emergency on 15 February, the deadline for funding talks initiated after the 35-day shutdown, the longest in US history.
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It came as the Pentagon announced it was sending a further 3,750 troops to the border to put up another 150 miles (240km) of concertina wire and provide other support for Customs and Border Protection. The additional personnel will increase the total number of active-duty troops sevenfold on the Mexican border, to 4,350.
In the interview with CBS’s Face the Nation, the president attempted to portray the shutdown that ended last month without funding for his wall as a victory over Nancy Pelosi, the Democratic House speaker.
Talks between the White House and congressional Republicans and Democrats are not expected to produce a bill containing the $5.7bn Trump wants for a wall. The president this week told the New York Times the negotiations were a “waste of time”. On Sunday a key Republican participant, the Alabama senator Richard Shelby, told CNN’s State of the Union that without a Trump-Pelosi truce, “the chances of us reaching an agreement are slim”.
Trump is therefore set to declare a national emergency over what he claims is a crisis at the southern border, allowing him to find funds in military and other budgets.
Such a move would almost certainly get tied up in the courts. Among Republicans, it has also provoked worries about setting a precedent regarding the use of executive power that future Democratic presidents might follow when pursuing liberal goals.
No, it needs lots of money to build the new wall. And Mr. Trump, the president who said to build the new wall showed a reaction of not giving worker money. So it means that the government doesn't want to use money.