President Donald Trump said Friday that he's considering using military resources to finish construction of his long-promised border wall instead of relying on Congress to fund the project through the Homeland Security Department's budget. He also wouldn't eliminate the possibility of a government shutdown if Democrats continue to confound his efforts to appropriate money for the project on the U.S.-Mexico border. Maria Espinoza, National Director of The Remembrance Project, will join me to discuss it. Obama hit the campaign trail for congressional Democratic candidates delivering a fiery speech accusing Trump and Republicans of fueling "division and resentment" – and suggesting the current administration was taking credit for a recovery he engineered. Michael Busler, Ph.D. a public policy analyst and a Professor of Finance at Stockton University where he teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in Finance and Economics, will join me to talk about it.
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