On the first day of the federal government's closure, Sen. Lindsey Graham (RS.C.) promised not to call for money for the boundary walls.
In an interview with Fox News, on Saturday night with Jeanine Pirro, the legislator, Democrats called for the division and accused them of conducting a "stupid, insignificant fight" over the spending bill and Sen. Chuck Schumer (DN .Y.) To assure that he was involved in a war.
"Senator Schumer, we will not give up the wall," Graham vowed. "We're going to build a wall, and for all those Americans who want us to leave the wall and open the border, that's what this fight is about."
The GOP senator then pointed to the Central American migrant caravan. which was formed earlier this year to arrive in the US as proof of the need for a raid on the southern border. Graham then refused to settle.
"Senator Schumer, what does it take to realize that we need more money for a broken border?" He asked. "And the point is that they hate Trump so much and want him to lose, they can not understand that America has to win, and we will not give in. I'm a pretty sensible guy, but we're not going to give in.
Graham will make his rounds just under 24 hours after appearing on the network praising President Donald Trump for his cut-off and encouraging him to continue meddling.
The proposal to pay money for the Wall , happened to the House led by the GOP, and in the Senate stagnated the progress in which the Democrats vehemently rejected Trump's demands.