President Donald Trump is following through on his promises.
This is despite the media, and the Pelosi-led political establishment being stacked against him.
But their power over him is gone after Trump got the news Nancy Pelosi fears above all.
One thing that continues to hold President Trump back is weak allies in his own party.
Despite Trump being the clear leader of the Republican Party, there are many hold-outs who continue to defy him.
Many are public in their opposition, like Sens. Marco Rubio and Mitt Romney, but some secretly act as if they are on his side, and oppose him behind the scenes.
The one thing that Democrats and particularly Nancy Pelosi fear above all else is a united Republican Party.
Because if the Party stands together behind Trump, it will be virtually impossible to stop his agenda.
But the one issue Trump is beginning to see unity on is border security.
He is pushing to build a wall on the border and is beginning to finally get things done.
After forcing the longest government shutdown in history over the wall, he no longer has trust in the U.S. House and Senate.
Trump is declaring a national emergency to build the wall without needing Congress.
But just because he is allowed to do it doesn’t mean that Democrats aren’t going to try to stop him.
Multiple states are preparing lawsuits to challenge his national emergency.
And Democrats in the House are creating a plan to challenge it.
This is going to be their biggest issue going forward, considering that a wall is Trump’s biggest campaign promise.
If Trump is able to build a wall, it will energize his supporters, leading to a much easier re-election win in 2020.
What Trump needs most right now is unity in the Republican Party behind his fight for the wall.
And Republicans are largely beginning to back him on the proposal.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy is declaring that Republicans in the House “will uphold him.”
This is a great sign for Trump and bad news for Pelosi.
But while it is good news for Trump, that’s doesn’t mean that he is done.
There are still some holdouts on the national emergency declaration, specifically in the Senate.
Sens. Thom Tillis and Susan Collins are pledging to stand with Democrats to work against Trump’s national emergency.
They believe he is overstepping his bounds by using executive authority.
But Trump strongly disagrees, seeing the wall as a necessary national security measure to a problem that has gotten to the point of being a national emergency.
Trump took to Twitter to urge all Republicans to stand with him, and not with the Democrats:
“I hope our great Republican Senators don’t get led down the path of weak and ineffective Border Security. Without strong Borders, we don’t have a Country – and the voters are on board with us. Be strong and smart, don’t fall into the Democrats “trap” of Open Borders and Crime!”
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