Fox News host Sean Hannity arrives at Democrats and Republicans at Congress as he was covering President Donald Trump's rally in Texas Monday night. At the time, few details have been available.
In a segment on his show, Hannity warned that any Republican supporting a compromise with Democrats did not come to terms. Hannity urged Republican lawmakers not to back what he calls a "garbage" compromise.
"By the way, on this new so-called compromise, I'm getting details … $ 1.3 billion." Hannity asked, referred to a figure reportedly agreed upon by lawmakers. 55 million of new border fences, the Washington Post reported, the figure of "Hannity" host suggested was peanuts compared to the $ 5.7 billion Trump had previously requested for the construction of 200 miles of walls along the southern border ,
"That's not a – not even a wall. A barrier?" Hannity locked as Trump attempted to advocate support for his wall at the rally, located about one mile from the U.S. Mexico border. "I'm going to tell [you] this tonight. We want to get back into this tomorrow. Any Republican that supports this garbage compromise, you'll have to explain [it.]"
CBS News poll of Trump's remarks on the night of his State of the Union address, which has been published as an informal adviser to the president immigration.
"Look at this crowd, look at the country," Hannity continued. "Look at CBS News." Even they say 72 percent of the American people want to stop, the cartels to stop, the gang members to stop and those who wish us ill. "
Hannity's comments came in minutes after bipartisan lawmakers on Capitol Hill announced that they had reached an agreement "in principle".
Senate Appropriations Chairman Richard Shelby (R-Ala.) Said, "According to ABC News, our staffs are going to be working together to make sure they're all together, and that's all." "But it's something that is the product of all our work, and we believe it becomes law, of course it would open the government."
Sr. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) said he is working with Shelby on ABC. "Nobody does, but we're going to get what's best for the United States."
Hannity has been pressed to make it clear that it would be unable to pay for it. Declaring a national emergency would allow Trump to start constructing its wall immediately by circumventing the legislative approval required from Congress. Republicans lawmakers and white house officials, including Jared Kushner, have said they would prefer not to rely on the option to build the wall because of the legal challenges that would follow. The national emergency option is still on the table.