Trump redeems the meltdown of Oval Office with the fundraising "Chuck and Nancy".
- Trump got an extraordinary scream match with democratic leaders on Tuesday
- Senate Democratic leader Charles Schumer called it a "tantrum" & # 39;
- House Dem leader Nancy Pelosi warned of a & # 39; Trump shutdown & # 39;
- Clash about border financing and the border wall
- The Trump campaign sent out an e-mail job on Wednesday
- Said they & # 39; continue to open up borders and illegal immigrants over American citizens & # 39;
- Democrats crows that Trump admitted that he would have a threatening closure
- Those who write a letter to the Democrats are urged to contribute up to $ 2,700
Geoff Earle, deputy U.s. Political editor for Dailymail.com
President Donald Trump tries to sell his extraordinary Oval Office riot with the Democratic leaders Charles Schumer and Nancy Pelosi by shooting them on the border and asking for campaign contributions of up to $ 2,700.
Democrats believe they scored an important political point in the angry confrontation when Trump said he would have a shutdown, saying: "I am proud to close the government for border security."
But the president's campaign team believes he can collect the exciting battle that has been played on cable TV endlessly for campaign donations.
President Trump emailed supporters about "Chuck and Nancy & # 39; at a fundraising site one day after their extraordinary TV confrontation
"Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi remain open borders and illegal immigrants hold over American citizens", Trump wrote Wednesday, a day after the epic confrontation over his boundary wall.
& # 39; But this is not the first time that they have endangered the safety of America. & # 39;
& # 39; Look at the email I sent you almost a year ago when Chuck decided that illegal immigrants would come for HARD WORKING AMERICANS. Democrats are now playing political games at the expense of the American people and our national security. NO MORE! & # 39; He wrote.
Trump also repeatedly campaigns against the two leaders in the run-up to the November election when the Democrats picked up 40 seats.
The appeal to the e-mail invites you to sign a petition aimed at & # 39; Chuck & Nancy & # 39; who demands that Democrats finally put the Americans first and FUND THE WALL. & # 39;
Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi remain open borders and illegal immigrants argue about US citizens & # 39 ;, Trump wrote in a call for fundraising
Democrats believe they have scored an important political point in the angry confrontation when Trump said he would have a shutdown
"The president is so accustomed to obliging advisers who do not dispel his false and fabricated facts that he lives in a cocoon of his own truth," Schumer said on the Senate floor Wednesday night.
The president went behind & # 39; Chuck & Nancy & # 39; in an e-mail message to his supporters
Trump sent an e-mail appeal against & # 39; Chuck and Nancy & # 39;
He urged supporters to sign an online petition
It also asked for donations
Those who click on it are redirected to a page where they are asked to contribute $ 35, $ 50, $ 100 and increase by $ 2,700.
"President Trump is fighting to give you the wall you voted for, but he's going against RADICAL-democrat-obstructionists, & # 39; says the crowning.
Now American voters must remind the Democrats that we will NEVER forget their reckless decision, "he continues. & # 39; Take the next step by making a contribution. & # 39;
During their poignant TV broadcast, Trump told Schumer a threatening partial closure of his demands for a wall: "You want to put that on [me], I take it. & # 39;
I am proud to close the border control government, Chuck, because people in this country do not want criminals and people who have many problems and drugs in our country, & # 39; Trump continued.
& # 39; So I will take the cloak, & # 39; he said. & # 39; I will be the one who closes it. I'm not going to blame you. The last time you shut it down, it did not work. I take the cloak off. & # 39;
Schumer said Wednesday that Trump wanted the government's "hostage of a small campaign promise & # 39; loved to build a wall to light his political base & # 39 ;.
Trump also tweeted about the spew, wrote: "Chuck and Nancy must give us the voices to get extra border security! & # 39;
"The president is so accustomed to obliging advisers who do not dispel his false and fabricated facts that he lives in a cocoon of his own truth," Schumer said on the Senate floor. He said that he and Pelosi & # 39; should tell him: & # 39; No, Mr. President, that is not true. We had to pierce that cocoon. & # 39;
Pelosi mocked Trump's fixation with the wall in private comments on the Tuesday of the Democrats. & # 39; It's like a masculine thing for him. As if masculinity could ever be associated with him. This wall case, "she said.