Trump Rolls Out New Slogan For Border Wall Support

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Published on January 23, 2019 - Duration: 00:59s

Trump Rolls Out New Slogan For Border Wall Support

President Trump tweeted a new slogan on Wednesday to rally support for building the U.S. - Mexico border wall.

The slogan, "BUILD A WALL & CRIME WILL FALL!" is receiving criticism.


Trump Rolls Out New Slogan For Border Wall Support

((VO-Trump/ Border Walls Reuters))??The president unveiled a new slogan on Twitter Wednesday in an attempt to gain support for building a wall along the southern border.??((VO-Tweet))??President Trump tweeted "BUILD A WALL & CRIME WILL FALL!

This is the new theme, for two years until the Wall is finished” He added that people should use it and pray.??((VO-Money/Capitol Hill))??Trump has demanded more than 5 billion dollar to build the wall and it triggered the partial government shutdown, which is now in its 33rd day.??((VO-Twitter))??Several Twitter users are mocking the president’s new slogan on the U.S. - Mexico border wall by writing things like “oppose a wall and trump will fall.”??((VO-Voters/Border Walls/Government))??A new Politico/Morning Consult poll notes that the wall is still lacking support from voters.

The study shows that 72 percent of voters said they oppose putting funding toward a wall even if it's the only way to end the government shutdown.

Meanwhile only 7 percent of voters say they support construction if it will end the shutdown.??((VO-Senate Floor))??The partial government shutdown began on December 22nd.

According to The Hill, the Senate is set to vote this week on a measure that would fund the government into February.

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