Corporate Democrat offers taxpayers’ money for Trump’s wall

This video from the USA says about itself:

Chuck Schumer Caves To Trump For No Reason

Rebel HQ’s Emma Vigeland breaks down Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer’s inexplicable decision to fork over $1.6 billion for “border security“, AKA the border wall.

So, after corporate Democrat Hillary Clinton becoming ‘Trump-lite’ on xenophobia, another corporate Democrat

ROMNEY SUPPORTS BORDER WALL Incoming Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) said he would support Trump’s proposed border wall — one day after slamming the president in an opinion piece in The Washington Post. [HuffPost]

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