Bill O’Reilly Releases Political Scorecard, The Border Wall Advantage Is Clear

On Friday, President Trump agreed to a deal to temporarily re-open the government for three weeks.

Amid the political outrage from Ann Coulter and many other Conservative pundits, one tweet in particular from Bill O’Reilly stuck out.

“Political chess game continues. President Trump reopens government – a good thing. Gives Dems three weeks to make a border security deal. Reasonable. Advantage Trump today.”

#TrumpCaved is lighting up the Twitter world, but did he really cave? President Trump re-opened the government and is going to expose the Democrats during his State of the Union address and build the wall one way or another.

The Democrats reminded everyone they don’t care about protecting the American people and they’re going to remind us once again in 3 weeks when they refuse to negotiate a deal. Americans want safety, the Democrats still want their illegal voters.

As we reported here at I Love My Freedom just a short time ago:

As part of the deal, the roughly 800,000 federal government employees will receive back pay for missing their previous paycheck and will be paid this week, as well.

The deal does not include any upfront money for the border wall, but the president said he will declare a national emergency — which would allocate billions of dollars for the border wall — if Democrats do not agree to a deal in three weeks.

Trump announced a bipartisan congressional committee to review border patrol requests for security and asked them to create a compromise deal.

“They will put together a homeland security package for me to shortly sign into law,” Trump said, again urging both parties to work together to solve the problems at the border.

Many on the left have taken to Twitter to declare their victory.

The media and all of social media, which is controlled by the Democratic Party, will continue to shower praise on Nancy Pelosi. If you think President Trump doesn’t have something up his sleeve, you’re not paying attention.

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