Why Trump’s border wall isn’t going anywhere anytime soon

A wall is a big deal in the White House, but it is also a big issue for the Trump administration, and it has the potential to put a huge strain on the federal government’s already-fragile budget.

The president’s border fence will cost about $1.2 trillion, according to the Congressional Budget Office, and will be the longest and most expensive U.S. construction project in modern U.s history.

That number is just shy of the $1 trillion that was spent by the previous president, George W. Bush.

But there are a few things that need to happen for it to be funded.

First, the federal budget is in a state of constant fiscal crisis.

That means that Congress and the president have to agree on the final numbers of spending on each program that is being created or increased.

Then, the president will have to sign off on the program, and the program will be paid for by a combination of new taxes and spending cuts.

In other words, the wall will have two main costs, and they will need to be paid to the government in order to pay for it.

First and foremost, the border wall is going to have to be financed through a combination (or a combination and/or a blend) of new tax revenues and spending increases.

According to the CBO, if the wall is to be built, it will need at least $1,250 per household to pay it off.

That is a lot of money, but that is not all that it will cost.

The Trump administration will have other options to pay the bill for the wall, including more spending cuts in future years, the CBO estimates.

These two factors combined will mean that the federal deficit will not go down as the wall’s construction costs rise.

But it will be smaller, and so will the cost of the wall itself.

The wall is not going to be a cost-free proposition.

There will be some costs to the wall that are going to need to go up, and those costs will be offset by the tax revenue the wall generates.

There are a number of factors that go into determining the cost to build the wall.

The first is that the wall has to be approved by Congress, and there are some limits on how much of the budget Congress can approve.

The White House has proposed spending $5 billion on the wall so far, and if Congress approves it, it can be increased by another $5.3 billion to $7.2 billion.

Congress can also impose a surtax on new investments.

But the cost will come out of the government’s general fund, which is already already a drag on the budget.

That will be an issue because there will be many things that will have the biggest impact on the government.

For example, there will likely be some construction costs associated with the wall already being completed.

And some of those costs could be offset or offset with revenue that the government collects through new taxes or spending cuts that will need a big bump in the budget if the budget is not balanced.

These are the kinds of things that Congress can’t do without having to pass a law to do.

The second thing is that there are going a lot more government employees involved in the construction of the border fence than there were a few years ago.

There is an additional layer of contractors who are now needed.

In addition to the federal workforce, there are also private contractors working on the project.

These contractors are not only needed to help build the border but also to run the fence.

These private contractors will have a vested interest in keeping the wall up, since they will get a share of the federal funds to build it.

In the past, this has meant that they have been able to get some of the construction money they would normally receive from the government, since it is supposed to be spent on infrastructure.

Now, the contractors will be paying for it through lower wages and a lower quality of work, which will lead to fewer employees getting paid.

These higher wages and lower quality work could also lead to higher absenteeism and lower productivity.

This could lead to the kinds and levels of unemployment that were seen in parts of the U. S. in the 1990s.

It also could lead some of these contractors to quit.

Another issue is the cost.

A wall that costs $1 billion and lasts four years is going for about $150 million.

That doesn’t sound like much, but in the past it has meant lower-quality goods for the average American.

These goods are going into the hands of drug dealers, for example, who can sell them for as little as $5 or $10.

That has a major impact on people’s lives, and in some cases, their families.

A lot of these goods are used in the illicit drug trade.

The border wall will also have a major effect on people living along the border.

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