President Trump Donald John TrumpFive Challenges for Mattis' Successors Meet Trump's Election to Take the Joint Chiefs of Staff The resignation of the GOP legislature brings Trump's threat to close the border on Sunday "Mad Eighth-grader" referred to reports of a "wall of privacy" being built around President Obama's Washington, DC, to justify the construction of a wall along the US-Mexico border as he continued funding the structure partial closure of the government.
Trump tweeted that the brick structure erected last year along the Obamas house in Kalorama was "absolutely necessary for their safety".
"The US needs the same, slightly larger version!" Trump tweeted.
President and Ms. Obama built a ten-foot wall around their DC villa / facility. I agree, absolutely necessary for her safety. The US needs the same, slightly larger version!
̵1; Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 30, 2018
TMZ reported two years ago that the first family had received permission for additional security at their DC home. The structure, which is similar to a security fence in photos but made of bricks, is said to have been completed in 2017.
President Obama builds a wall for a rental house (PHOTO GALLERY) https://t.co/ntpuu8xeep
– TMZ (@TMZ) January 6, 2017
Since his first presidential campaign, Trump has been working on the Pushed the southern border a wall and promised that Mexico will pay for the structure.
Financing For the wall stood in the center of Haushaltssackgasse, which triggered the current partial government shutdown. Parts of the government have been closed for nine days.
Trump has demanded $ 5 billion for wall financing and previously said he was "proud" to close the government over money, while Democrats refuse to offer more. Border security measures were more than $ 1.3 billion ,
The Senate passed an interim decision earlier this month that included $ 1.6 billion in border security, while the House passed a move on Trump's $ 5 billion target. Since then, neither side has offered a compromise.
Sen. Lindsey Graham Lindsey Olin GrahamHouse GOP investigates FBI, DOJ comes to an end Graham: Syrian Kurds addressing Assad would be "a great disaster" Graham to Pelosi: "No wall money, no deal" MORE [OnSundayafteraprivateluncheonwiththepresidentTrumpsaid"Trpisdeterminedtomakesurethatwereceivemoneyforbordersecurity"(RSC)
"There will never be a deal that does not exist money for the physical barriers," he told reporters.
The hill has turned to an Obama spokesman to comment on it.