As the government shutdown moves into its third week, President Trump isn’t sticking around at the White House waiting for the Democrats to take action.
Instead, he’s the one taking action.
The Washington Examiner reports:
President Trump is heading to Camp David where talks will take place with senior White House staff on border security as the partial government shutdown moves into its third week.
Leaving for the presidential retreat at Camp David in Maryland, Trump told reporters Sunday that he has the support of most government workers who are impacted by the shutdown.
They “agree 100 percent with what I’m doing,” he said before repeating his claim that he may resort to declaring a national emergency to get his border wall — a move that is certain to result in a legal fight.
“This shutdown could end tomorrow or it also could go on for a long time,” Trump added.
From day one, Trump has been one step ahead of the traditional beltway politicians, and once again, he’s the active one, while the Democrats and the media are helpless to do anything but react. This thing isn’t over yet, but Trump is once again positioning himself for success. Are you ready for more winning?
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