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Trump's tweets appeared to be a response to Chief of Staff John Kelly's remarks Wednesday about his boss' changing views on the border.
"He campaigned against DACA", Kelly said, but the president has since "lightened up".
The chief of staff is said to have made the comments in a meeting with members of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus, House Minority Whip Steny H. Hoyer, D-Md., and Rep.
In The New York Times' telling of that meeting, Kelly says the president's views were not "fully informed" during his 2016 campaign as he touted the central "Build the wall" message. "He's very definitely changed his attitude toward the DACA issue and even the wall".
"He has, uh, changed the way he has looked at a number of things", Kelly said Wednesday. "Campaign to governing are two different things and this president has been very, very flexible in terms of the realm of what is possible".
Some Democrats have announced they won't support any spending bill this week that doesn't enshrine protections for the "Dreamers", the term for the immigrants brought to the USA illegally as children who were shielded from deportation by President Barack Obama's 2012 DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) executive order.
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But White House officials and outside advisers with knowledge of Trump and Kelly's relationship predicted it would survive the current episode, which was reminiscent of Trump's public rebukes of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Kelly didn't deny a report in the Washington Post on Wednesday that he told Democratic lawmakers Trump was uninformed on the wall during the campaign.
Guajardo wrote that "Mexico will never pay for that wall" while Smith asserted that " a border wall is not, and will never be, part of the NAFTA negotiations".
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As for the wall, Kelly said experts talked to Trump about how there "are places where, geographically, a wall would not be realistic". The president has shifted his tone on what the wall might look like, though. "We do that, and I'll probably hold my nose", said Rep. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., who voted against the previous continuing resolution.
Kelly insisted the commander-in-chief is committed to building large sections of the wall. Supporters at his rallies often chanted, "Build that wall".
Kelly also said there will be no wall "that Mexico will pay for".
The Republican president had signalled he was ready to make a deal to help the Dreamers, in return for border security funding to include a wall on the Mexican border.
In the meantime, the White House is rejecting Sen.
"Please don't use that term", Rep. Linda Sanchez, D-California, told Kelly, explaining the phrase is considered loaded and offensive.
Based on an outline of the the forthcoming bipartisan bill, the deal "is a compromise with good and bad", said Frank Sharry, executive director of America's Voice, which advocates for the Dream Act.
His comments underscored the problems GOP leaders face in winning congressional passage of that legislation.
Democrats' votes are needed to advance the stopgap measure through the Senate.
"The President has said from the beginning, it's got to be bipartisan and unless it involves the House as well as the Senate, it's going to go down again as a bill that does not pass into law", he said. The group has not officially opposed the bill, but several members said they want it to provide longer-term funding for the military.
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