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Kellyanne: No funding for wall, no ‘deal’ can be made on DACA

“Bipartisanship is a means; it is not an end, it is not a goal or an objective here”

(National SentinelImmigration Reform: Presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway said Sunday that if Congress refuses to fund President Donald J. Trump’s long-sought wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, then it’s not possible to make a “deal” over so-called “Dreamers.”

In short: There were be no ‘deal with Democrats’ if border wall funding is not part of it.

“The president has made clear, including this week that if there’s no funding for the wall, no deal can be made,” she told “Fox & Friends,” as reported by Breitbart News. “He said it as plainly as possible for all to hear. Those are the president’s words take it to the bank.

“Secondly, bipartisanship is a means; it is not an end, it is not a goal or an objective here. It is a vehicle by which you get things done particularly when you need 60 votes in the Senate for certain matters,” she said.

Continuing, Conway noted: “So this is what good negotiators and dealmakers make, but President Trump’s ideas prevailed. Hillary Clinton and the Democrat’s ideas failed. Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer’s ideas failed last year.

“Donald Trump’s ideas that prevailed, he’s the president for a reason. He ran on the program, and it’s that program that will be implemented.”

Problem: A number of Republicans also don’t want a border wall.

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1 Comment on Kellyanne: No funding for wall, no ‘deal’ can be made on DACA

  1. autocrats despise anything bi partisan ,except pretenses We know.

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