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Border Wall Funding Passage: We Are Delivering ‘What the President Wanted’

Adelle Nazarian, WASHINGTON, D.C. — The House of Representatives on Thursday passed a measure to fund President Donald Trump’s promised border wall on the U.S. border with Mexico to the tune of $1.6 billion, something House Rules Committee chairman Rep. Pete Sessions (R-TX) heralded in an exclusive interview with Breitbart News. On Wednesday, Sessions–whose committee

White House Staff Claims See-Through Fence, Levee Flood Protection System Is a ‘Border Wall’

Matthew Boyle, President Donald Trump’s White House communications team is claiming inaccurately that there is border wall funding in the spending bill before Congress right now. The move comes as the administration is facing political heat for the failure to obtain federal appropriations in the new omnibus spending bill to pay for the construction of

California Construction Companies Defy Legislators in Bid to Build Wall

Adan Salazar | Infowars, Democrat lawmakers introduce bill prohibiting future state contracts from going to wall builders. California construction companies bidding on the controversial border wall are undeterred by threats from state lawmakers to boycott their businesses. Despite Democrat legislators’ efforts to impose laws barring companies that work on the wall from receiving future contracts

Spending bill language omits border wall funding, sanctuary cities crackdown

Republican and Democratic lawmakers forged a $1.07 trillion spending package that would fund the government through the end of September, but does not include some of President Trump’s cornerstone promises including funding for a border wall or funding cuts to sanctuary cities. The proposed legislation has no funding for Trump’s oft-promised wall along the U.S.-Mexico

Miffed over border wall talk, top Mexican official floats American entry fee

A top Mexican official on Tuesday said that Mexico may consider charging a fee for Americans entering the country in what could be seen as a retaliation to President Trump’s call for a border wall. Foreign Secretary Luis Videgaray, in a meeting with Mexico’s top legislators, called Trump’s plan an “unfriendly, hostile” act, and called