The Washington Times, July 24, 2018, pg. 1,1,1 link The Washington, DC, newspaper of record, pg 3,3,3 link The New York Times, June 26, 2018.pg 1,2,2 link The Wall Street Journal, June 24, 2017.pg 2,3 – 4 link The Associated Press, May 19, 2018pg 4,4 link The Boston Globe, May 17, 2018.(Source: AP)A spokesperson for the President’s Campaign said: “Donald J. Trump is committed to fighting for American workers, families and the middle class.
We look forward to continuing to work with Congress on these important issues, including the tax reform bill and the border wall.”
The President’s team is committed on both the border and border security and is working to ensure that all of our commitments to those working families are fulfilled.
“For the record, President Trump does not support nor oppose any Republican candidate for president.”
President Trump’s team issued a statement following his appearance on Fox News Channel:”The Administration is pleased to have Senator Flake in the White House.
Our team will continue to engage in direct and substantive conversations with senators on issues important to the American people.
The President has made clear that his focus is on the important issues facing the American working class, and his support of Arizona Senator John McCain, a proven leader on border security, is well known.”
Our focus in Arizona is to make sure our border security is a top priority.
We are committed to building the wall along our southern border and we will make a decision on that issue when it is complete.
“Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, said in a statement:”Arizona Senator John Flake is a proven, strong leader on the border who has done a brilliant job in securing our border.
He has a proven track record of securing our borders, and he is the first to say that we need to secure our border with a border wall, which is the only thing we can do to keep our country safe and secure.
“He has been a great advocate for working families, and I look forward the continued success of the Republican Party.”
The White House did not immediately respond to a request for comment.