President Trump told a national law enforcement conference on Friday that Democrats are playing with the financing of border security "in the midst of the crisis on Capitol Hill over the demand for a border wall".
"Congress must fully finance border security. … We have to do it, but they play games, they play political games, "he said at the Missouri conference." I really think that politics is very bad for them, but we will
Trump continued to press the Democrats for hours after signing a bill to finance the federal government for another two weeks and prevent closure this weekend, giving the legislators a short window to to find out their differences, which centered on the debate on the financing of the border wall, he spent a significant part of the speech on illegal immigration in the fight against strategies and justified the cost of the wall, which was estimated at $ 25 billion, On the grounds that at least 300 Americans are killed by heroin, which crosses the border every week, he said that The country's illegal heroin alone cost $ 238 billion in 201
"And we're talking about a wall for $ 20 billion, $ 15 billion, I could even make it cheaper if I had to," he said. "You're talking about hundreds of billions of dollars and you're talking about a fraction – you'd make it in a month, a month by having a proper wall."
The new deadline for reaching a budget deal is December 21st. Trump has demanded $ 5 billion to fund the Wall, but the Democrats have said they will not rise above $ 1.3 billion. Acting Democratic Head of Parliament Nancy Pelosi said on Thursday that she would also not accept an agreement on the DACA program (DACA), which was exchanged for financing the border wall, and said the wall was "immoral, ineffective and expensive".
Trump has seen much of the danger of illegal immigration in recent months, especially of caravans of migrants emigrating from Honduras and Guatemala.
"If you see these caravans of thousands and thousands of people, they may reduce it to the fake news, but you have tremendous numbers of people coming and it's unbelievable," he said Friday.
In The speech, in which he falsely said he was in St. Louis and not in Kansas City, responded to calls from some Democrats to abolish immigration and enforce the customs by repealing the idea:
" We are not going to get rid of ICE, they are heroes, "he said with applause.
Doug McKelway and The Associated Press of Fox News contributed to this report.