Donald Trump says Nancy Pelosi was 'very rigid' during shutdown

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"We will be looking at a national emergency because I don't think anything's going to happen". She knows that you need a barrier, she knows we need border security.

Pelosi has said she was open to negotiating funding for more ports of entry or additional border security technology. "I don't want to say". "Human Trafficking, Drugs and Criminals of all dimensions - KEEP OUT!"

Pelosi said on Thursday, "There's not going to be any wall money in the legislation" to fund border security for the rest of this year.

"She's - she's costing the country hundreds of billions of dollars because what's happening is when you have a porous border, and when you have drugs pouring in, and when you have people dying all over the country because of people like Nancy Pelosi who don't want to give proper border security for political reasons, she's doing a awful disservice to our country".

Trump touched on a wide range of issues during the interview.

In the interview, as reported by CBS News, he said that negotiations with the opposition Democrats - which started after the government shutdown ended - are a waste of time.

The president has been threatening to use the emergency order in order to prevent Democrats from blocking funding to his border wall since before the partial government shutdown began. And I have a very good relationship.

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When Brennan asked if he was saying he intends to launch a military strike on Iran, which he says is developing a nuclear arsenal despite his intelligence chiefs telling a Senate panel the opposite last week, Trump shot back: "No, because I want to be able to watch Iran".

"We're building it with funds that are on hand".

"And this is what a lot of people don't understand", he said. The intelligence leaders reached the same assessment the United Nations atomic watchdog agency concluded after 13 inspections.

If so, the speech would stand in contrast not only to Trump's latest remarks about Pelosi but also to his tone throughout his presidency.

Henry Cuellar, who is on the bipartisan congressional committee working on a solution for border security, told Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace: 'First of all, we are not going to have a wall. "There was no nothing".

The president's interview was part of a tradition - Trump has made it a point to provide an interview to the network hosting the Super Bowl several times. Trump said his aversion to letting his son play football is because "it's a unsafe sport and I think it's really tough".