VIDEO: Trump suggests Pelosi ‘being controlled by the radical left’


President Trump offered few details of his upcoming announcement on the partial government shutdown, even as he insisted a wall at the southern border was a priority to stop caravans of migrants making their way north through Mexico.

“I think it will be an important statement. Having to do with the, as you know, caravans are coming up. They have a big one coming up now. I’m disappointed Mexico is not stopping them. Mexico seems unfortunately powerless to stop them,” he said.

The article goes on to state the following:

“I hope Speaker Pelosi can come along and realize what everybody knows, no matter who it is, they know walls work and we need walls. Whether it is personal or not — and it’s not personal for me — she is being controlled by the radical left which is a problem. She is under total control of the radical left,” said Trump. “That is a very bad thing for her and a bad thing for the Democrats.”

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