Trump orders CNN's Acosta 'out' when asked about immigration

Trump orders CNN's Acosta 'out' when asked about immigration

Trump orders CNN's Acosta 'out' when asked about immigration

President Donald Trump's chief of staff privately told a group of Democratic lawmakers on Wednesday that Trump had not been "fully informed" when promising voters a wall along the Mexican border previous year, and said that he had persuaded the president it was not necessary.

His ardent approach - paired with a no-nonsense Boston accent and a Marine's rigor - is what led Trump to name him chief of staff, people familiar with Trump's thinking say.

Mr. Trump also reversed his position about a shutdown, saying it would be "devastating" to the military even though he said past year that the government needs a "good" shutdown.

"The Wall is the Wall, it has never changed or evolved from the first day I conceived of it", said one morning tweet.

"His biggest promise of the campaign trail was to crack down on illegal immigration and build a border wall".

"If there is no wall, there is no deal!" he wrote.

US President Donald Trump said on Thursday his position on the border wall with Mexico has not changed, and that the latter country would pay for it "directly or indirectly".

He also didn't deny that he told Democratic lawmakers the president was uninformed about the wall.

According to the Post, Kelly said the Trump administration is pushing for increased border security because cartels are still managing to sneak their illicit drugs into the U.S.

"Campaigning is very different from governing", Kelly added.

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Kelly made the remarks at a meeting with members of the Hispanic Caucus, as a group known as the Twos - the No. 2 Democrat and Republican in both the House and Senate - worked toward negotiating a deal to protect from deportation the young undocumented immigrants known as Dreamers.

Kelly has been seen as a stabilizing force on an erratic presidency, taming an unorganized White House. "He is a very special guy". Trump's rejection angered the bargainers, and partisan feelings worsened after participants in a White House meeting last week said Trump had referred to African nations as "shitholes". And the White House has publicly downplayed Kelly's role in orchestrating last Thursday's meeting, which devolved into Trump deriding some countries as "shitholes" or "shithouses", depending on the telling.

But White House officials and outside advisers with knowledge of Trump and Kelly's relationship predicted it would survive the current episode, which was reminiscent of Trump's public rebukes of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Kelly has told friends his role as Trump's top aide has been the toughest job of his career, which has included deployments in Iraq and as commander of US Southern Command.

The chances of an immigration bill passing this week appeared to slip away, however, after Trump rejected an earlier version last week and ignited an worldwide firestorm by reportedly using vulgar language to question why, under the proposal, the US would continue to accept immigrants from Haiti and African countries.

"I don't think John Kelly's irrational".

"Mexico has always done better with a Republican president and this will be no exception", he said. Lindsey Graham of SC, who has expressed frustration with the collapse of the immigration deal.

"I've tried to cross so many times that the border guards even got to know me, but I never made it back", he said. Trump said that Mexico will still pay "in some form", without elaborating.

House GOP leaders hoped to hold a vote today on their bill to keep the government open through February 16 while extending a popular children's health program and rolling back several taxes in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

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