Trump Claims Border Wall Was Desired by Ex-Presidents, 4 of Them Claims it’s False - TNBC USA

In the Rose Garden of the White House in a prolonging appearance, the US President Donald Trump professed about his predecessor’s desired wall in the disputed border between Mexico and the United States. He mentioned this matter in the middle of an extensive address on the disputed border wall and for this issue, he needs to get the sponsor, as well as huge diplomatic support.

The government is shut down partially over the demand of the US President that  Congress allots $5.7 billion as the funding of the wall.

Trump told, “ This should have been done by all of the presidents that preceded me”.He added, “And they all know it. Some of them have told me that we should have done it.”

Since becoming the US President, Trump has addressed around 7,600 misleading statements some have been executed with more complicated diplomacy than relativity. But this one was different. Actually, before him, only four ex-presidents are existing. The Washington Post made a survey for getting their opinion about whether the current US President should take the disputed move for building the border wall. They all professed negative response. The representative of the Former  US President George H.W. Bush clearly refused to make any comment, professing that it was too soon for Bush, who passed away in November, to be “ dragged into such debates”.

The representative of the Former US President Barack Obama, Eric Schultz highlighted past remarks in which Obama replied in complicated tone about the concept of the wall of Trump.

In 2016, at Rutgers University, Obama told, “ Suggesting that we can build an endless wall along our borders, and blame our challenges on immigrants – that doesn’t just run counter to our history as the world’s melting pot; it contradicts the evidence that our growth and our innovation and our dynamism has always been spurred by our ability to attract strivers from every corner of the globe”.

He also added, “ That’s how we became America. Why would we want to stop it now?”

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