Trump's border wall
The National Parks Service warned the Trump administration that building the wall would have environmental and cultural impacts.
“I would literally lose my political soul if I decided to treat President Trump different than President Obama,” Sen. Rand Paul wrote in a Sunday op-ed.
They’re just $216 million away from 1 percent of the total money needed
"I know he’s separating children. But I can't live like this, I can't live here. So what am I supposed to do?”
The letter calls the administration’s “zero tolerance” policy — which is responsible for separating children from their parents at the border — “inhumane.”
There is no agency-wide policy dictating the ages at which children are able to be separated from their parents.
The segment of wall will be 18-to-30 feet high and include a 5-foot-high metal plate along the top, with several feet of concrete below the surface.
Trump wants the money in exchange for an immigration deal that would include some kind of resolution for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.