"The president thought he could crack Democrats, and he didn't, and I hope it's a lesson for him", said the Senate Democratic leader, Chuck Schumer of NY.
"He is willing to do whatever it takes to secure the border. Regardless of what they try and say and the tears that stream down their cheeks, they did nothing to protect the American people". "He doesn't want to shut the government down, let's make that very clear".
"There are some pots of money that are easier to get to than others", he said, adding that the administration has looked at ways to mitigate the likely court challenge to an emergency declaration.
Perhaps saddest of all, Maxwell said that Trump needs to "stop listening to Ann Coulter", but added "I don't know who he's going to listen to, because there is nobody in the White House that's smart and effective in terms of governing, but better than Coulter".
"Over the next 21 days, I expect that both Democrats and Republicans will operate in good faith", he said as he announced he would reopen the government.
Trump on Friday signed a bill that ended the partial government shutdown for three weeks. Now is their chance to do that, ' he said.
The shutdown and planned discussions over border security will also set the stage for future policy negotiations between Trump and the Democratic House.
Not many politicians have gone up against Trump and emerged victorious, with their dignity intact.
While most Americans were sleeping, reading the paper or getting ready for church Sunday morning, Trump was on Twitter calling for increased border security.
Compare that with research in 2017 from a conservative group, the Federation for American Immigration Reform, which advocates for less immigration: Its figure is $135 billion USA a year or about $11.25 billion U.S. a month - a figure that included health care and education, plus money spent on immigration enforcement. What you saw this week was the president take them at their word and say, okay. "First you start with a feather", she said, "then you move to a sledgehammer".
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Trump and Congress entered a deal last Friday to reopen the government until February 15 so that the two sides can continue talks on the president's demand for a wall.
Roberts, sitting in for host Chris Wallace on Sunday, asked Mulvaney bluntly, "So, did the president cave to Democrats?"
'Some of them could be early this week.
He also warned House Democrats of the political dangers of following Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
"We'll work with the Democrats and negotiate and if we can't do that, then we'll do, obviously we'll do the emergency because that's what it is".
"Maybe she's appealing to the left wing of her party, but she's risking her majority in doing that", the official said.
On Friday, Trump accepted the same offer. This one occurred almost two full years before the 2020 elections, leaving time for other events and issues to dominate when Trump runs for re-election and House and Senate control are at stake.
Trump doesn't want a shutdown, but he's prepared to do it or declare a national emergency to get funding for a border wall, Mulvaney said on CBS's "Face the Nation," one of two appearances on Sunday talk shows.
"The lesson I hope that the Democrats learn here is that they can't just not negotiate". Keep in mind, why is that number? It's what the experts have told him, ' he said.
"The president is the only one who has been reasonable in these negotiations", he said. He was in D.C., which he tried to leave to go to Europe and the Middle East last week.