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Last time Trump invited Schumer and Pelosi to discuss border security they complained because he also invited television camera crews. This time he did not, but he did bring leadership from both isles of both houses together for the meeting.

Afterwards all agreed that Trump walked out of the meeting when Pelosi answered his question about negotiating with a flat “NO”. I guess we are done here then, he said and left.

The Schumer/Pelosi story to their co-conspiratory media was that Trump slammed his hands down on the table before departing.

Nobody else seems to remember that at all, rather the quite typical firm, strong, but controlled Trump. Folks gotta believe who they want to, but I believe Nancy and Chuckie’s long records of playing loose-with-the-truth, to put it mildly, did not end just before reporting the hand slamming.

Above right is a video of the meeting with the press afterwards …
the one lamestream, captive, fake media is likely to omit.


The millionaire lifetime parasitic “representatives” uniformly have fences, gates and walls, while those wearing Democratic badges claim walls are bad, rude and don’t work.

Artists and cartoonists are pointing out the hypocrisy. This depiction of Nancy’s front gate is representative.

Another detail that is slightly uncomfortable for the wall opposition is they were FOR it a decade ago, though it was not as big or effective, they did recognize some need.

The Secure Fence Act of 2006

The Secure Fence Act of 2006, which was passed by a Republican Congress and signed by President George W. Bush, authorized about 700 miles of fencing along certain stretches of land between the border of the United States and Mexico.

The act also authorized the use of more vehicle barriers, checkpoints and lighting to curb illegal immigration, and the use of advanced technology such as satellites and unmanned aerial vehicles.

At the time the act was being considered, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton and Chuck Schumer were all members of the Senate. (Schumer of New York is now the Senate minority leader.)

Obama, Clinton, Schumer and 23 other Democratic senators voted in favor of the act when it passed in the Senate by a vote of 80 to 19.,