This 1950s TV Show Clip Predicted A Man Named Trump Would Try To Get People To Build A Wall

An episode of the 1950s television western Trackdown that features a con man named Trump who tries to get townspeople to build a wall in order to protect themselves from the end of the world, has reemerged and is being shared on social media. View at DailyMotion

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White House adds to demands as government shutdown continues

The White House and congressional Democrats remain far apart as the government shutdown drags on. President Trump is demanding $5 billion for a border wall and has discussed bypassing Congress by declaring a national emergency. CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett discusses how a deal might be reached. View at DailyMotion

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Pence calls border crossings a “genuine humanitarian and security crisis”

Vice President Mike Pence says a “humanitarian and security crisis” at the southern border requires the building of a wall. The vice president sat down with CBS News chief Washington correspondent Major Garrett ahead of President Trump’s address to the nation on day 18 of the ongoing government shutdown. View at DailyMotion

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Arizona Rep. Raúl Grijalva: Border wall crisis “manufactured by the Trump administration”

Arizona Democratic Congressman Raúl Grijalva, who represents a district along the U.S.-Mexico border, voiced his opposition to President Trump’s calls for a border wall. He spoke to CBSN ahead of the president’s national address on immigration Tuesday. View at DailyMotion

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Trump calls illegal immigration a “crisis of the heart” while making case for border wall

In an Oval Office address Tuesday night, President Trump made his case for a border wall. He wants more than $5 billion for it to stop illegal immigration, and to end what he called a “crisis of the heart.” Major Garrett reports. View at DailyMotion

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Trump, Democrats angle for leverage in wall funding negotiations

As the government shutdown nears the three-week mark, leaders from both parties appear unwilling to compromise on funding for a border wall. CBS News contributor and Republican strategist Leslie Sanchez and Democratic strategist Antjuan Seawright discuss what’s next in the negotiations and when the shutdown might end. View at DailyMotion

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