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  President Trump Border Wall Will Be Funded a Little Bit Later  CSPAN  September 14, 2017 9:55am-10:00am EDT

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senator from rhode island, my partner and thank him for all the work he's doing and ask him if he has any suggestions or ideas. >> mr. president, thank you, mr. president. if i may once again commend the chairman working collaboratively-- >> we're going to leave the last few minutes of the senate debate here. a quick reminder you can see this on-line anytime. type u.s. senator in the video search bar on overnight it seemed a deal was between the white house and the democrats, the so-called dreamers, the deferred action child arrivals. and president trump today tried to clarify the situation. >> [inaudible]
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>> we're working on a plan, subject to getting massive border control. we're working on a plan for daca, people want to see that happen, you have 800,000 young people brought here, no-fault of their own, so we're working on a plan and we'll see how it works out, but we're going to get massive border security as part of that and i think that something can happen. we'll see what happens, but something will happen. florida 5 million people are still without power-- [inaudible] >> they're doing a great job on power, they're doing a great job. historically there's never been anything like this, but the united states coast guard, fema, working along with governor scott, they've done an amazing job and power is being turned on rapidly. the power companies, we have the largest assemblyage of
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human beings in one area ever and rapidly it's being turned off. we're happy with that. [inaudible] . >> the wall will come later. we're right now renovating large sections of wall, massive sections and making it brand new. we're doing a lot of renovations and building four different samples of the wall to see which we're going to choose and the wall is going to be built, it will be funded later. >> [inaudible] >> well, we want to get massive border security and i think that both nancy pelosi and chuck schumer, i think they agree with it, so we met last night with, as you know, schumer pelosi and a whole group. i think we're close, but we have to get massive border security. i think it's in for it, mitch is in for it paul ryan is in
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for it, 92% of the people agree on daca, but what we want, we want very, very powerful border security, okay? we are going down to florida. we'll see you in florida. ryan and mcconnell agree with us on daca, we're very much for it, i spoke to them, yes. [inaudible conversations] >> the president left the
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white house about 8:00 this morning and he'll hold a briefing on the damage in florida right around 11:00. u.s. senate about to gavel in to get the day started. more work expected on the 2018 expense program and policy bill and also see some debate on an executive nomination. votes are possible throughout the day in the senate. the house is also in session, members gavelled in this morning at 9:00. they'll continue work on an anti-gang bill, also on amendments to 2018 federal spending. votes coming up shortly in the u.s. house. of course, you can see live coverage on our companion network, c-span and live coverage of the u.s. senate about to get underway here on c-span2.