(London Daily Mail) White House officials said Thursday that President Donald Trump will sign a hotly contested budget bill when lawmakers send it to him, despite the fact that it provides for only 33 miles of new barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Trump vowed in April 2017 that his long-promised border wall would be finished by the end of his first term in office.
'It's certainly going to – yeah,' he told reporters then, answering a specific question about a four-year timeline and adding that 'we have plenty of time.'
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But at the rate the White House has agreed to, the project could stretch through more than two administrations.