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Trump Hints at Declaring a National Emergency in New York Times Interview

In a new interview with the New York Times, President Trump dropped his biggest hint yet that he’s preparing to declare a national emergency.

Trump sat down with the New York Times and sounded off about his frustration with ongoing congressional negotiations over border security. So far, Democrats have indicated they are not interested in providing any funding for an actual border wall. Pelosi insured as much during a recent press conference. (RELATED: Pelosi Digs in on Border: ‘There’s Not Going to Be Any Wall Money’.)

Trump has since responded to Pelosi, saying that any deal lawmakers are working on will be a waste of time unless it contains actual funding for a border wall. (RELATED: Trump Fires Back at Pelosi After She Says ‘There’s Not Going to Be Any Wall Money’.) In recent days, Trump has expressed more and more frustration with his inability to actually fulfill his key campaign promise: erecting an actual physical barrier along the U.S.-Mexico border. In another interview with the Daily Caller, Trump trashed former Speaker of the House Paul Ryan for failing to deliver a border wall despite promising him he would.

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