Meanwhile, the president's assistants worked behind the scenes to discard the result less than an act and more as an opportunity. Tramp himself only partially perceived this characteristic.
White House assistants are still reviewing the bill, which was more than 1000 pages, on Thursday, looking for any potential "land mines" that could force the President to reject it. Trump gave a signal to advisers and allies this week that he was inclined to sign it to avoid a regular government closure, and by taking enforcement action to secure additional dollars for the border wall.
"I know that the president is still assessing the bill that the committee has on the conference. I think he was very clear that he was not happy with this, seeing that less than $ 1
" I think that The president evaluates what is in the draft law. He also appreciates the power he has, and I know he will make a decision before the deadline, "Pence said.
In public, Trump remained gracious in the efforts of the Republican Party.
"I want to thank all the Republicans for the work you have done in working with the Radical Left on the security of the border," he said on Tuesday.
But privately, Tramp rejected the DPU's efforts as inadequate, and wondered why he, an experienced developer, did not consult at more regular intervals, as both parties traded under an agreement. The White House acted to a large extent on the sidelines, while negotiations with congressmen reached an agreement
Meanwhile, the legislators did not have any public assurance on Trump that he would sign the bill.
"I pray". Richard Shelby, chairman of the assignment board, told CNN on Thursday. He said that he spoke to Trump on Wednesday evening and the President was in a "good mood." Shelby said he did not ask straight if Trump would sign it, but a testimony that he did.
To calm the president, assistants and some republican legislators, a smaller figure, about $ 1.375 billion, was counted as an initial contribution, which will eventually lead to the construction of new walls.
First, Trump was upset when he looked at Sean Hennity and other hosts of Fox News, including when he was watching recorded versions of the primetime programs at a late night home on Monday from Texas, where he held a campaign rally.
Trump spent much of the flight calling his allies to seek advice and complain about what he regards as an unattractive negotiating effort by Republicans. Hennity, whom the president often calls late in the evening after his show, is cut off from a rally in El Paso on Monday evening to reject this breakthrough as a "rubbish compromise."
"1.3 billion? Is not it – not even a wall, a bar?" – Henniti said. "Any Republican who supports this compromise with rubbish will have to explain. Look at this crowd." Look at the country. "Look at CBS News, even they say that 72% of the American people want the heroin to stop, cartels stopped, members the gangs stopped, and those who want us badly. "But Hennith's tone changed noticeably the next night.
" I'm also not happy, "Hennith said on Tuesday." Nobody should be happy. The president has the full right to be angry. "
Hennity said that although he does not have" insider information, "he thinks that the president will declare an emergency at the national level.
" And President, I think I know him well. , today I have handed over this case, "- added Henniti.
The difference in these 24 hours was the multitude of telephone calls from the White House to the presidential allies in the media, forming a deal as a victory for Trump, having made two points: that the Speaker of the Chamber Nancy Pelosi loses because she said that the Presi Dent will not receive more than $ 1 for his wall, while promising that Trump will take enforcement action to secure further wall financing for the $ 1 billion dollars included in the deal.
The president's advisers placed calls in the hope that Trump's media allies will perceive more optimistic forecast – and in turn, refuse the president to refuse the deal and cause another closure of the government.
White House assistants were released when Fox & Friends hosts made a deal in a more brilliant light, followed by positive comments from Hannity, Laura Ingraham and Lou Dobbs. However, as long as Trump suggested signals that he will sign the plan, no assistant is sure that he will not return the course, as was the case with previous government financing agreements. Trump also expressed his testimony that no one had time to fully read the bill for 1,000 pages – in March, he said he would not comply.
I'm not going to do it again. Nobody reads. It's just a few hours, "he said, before signing the package he complained contained in inadequate funding for border security.
Although the assistants publicly form an agreement as a victory for the President, many are pleased to announce that he will sign it, feeling that they lack other options and have no leverage.
Officials said they are waiting to read the full text of the bill before the president publicly confirms this, but they were informed about the main aspects of the deal before the government sitting on Tuesday.