Republican Congressman Dan Crenshaw has Trump’s back. He just made an excellent point about the new resolution to reopen the government. Democrats have no more excuses. It’s time to talk about border security.
The Daily Caller reports:
DAN CRENSHAW BACKS TRUMP ON CONTINUING RESOLUTION, EXPLAINS WHY DEMOCRATS ARE BACKED INTO A CORNER
Republican Rep. Dan Crenshaw tweeted his support for President Donald Trump for doing what he “had to do” by promising to sign a continuing resolution to fund the government for three weeks even though border barrier funding was not secured.
The Texas congressman’s Friday tweet also came with the observation that Democrats will finally “be forced to debate border security” instead of focusing on the weeks-old partial government shutdown.
“Mr. President, you did what you had to do,” Crenshaw, who has consistently called for a border barrier, tweeted. “Now House Democrats will be forced to debate border security and not a shutdown. And I’ll be on Homeland Security Committee to do just that.”
See the tweets below:
Mr. President, you did what you had to do.
Now House Democrats will be forced to debate border security and not a shutdown.
And I’ll be on Homeland Security Committee to do just that. https://t.co/UBS7OqWspb
— Dan Crenshaw (@DanCrenshawTX) January 26, 2019
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The President is yet again compromising. The consistent Democrat talking point over the last few weeks has been this: “we don’t mind discussing physical barriers, we just can’t talk about it with the government shut down.”
I hope they meant it. https://t.co/RtuNPLrYCM
— Dan Crenshaw (@DanCrenshawTX) January 25, 2019
Dan Crenshaw rocks. We can’t get enough of him!
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