Trump offered Pelosi and Schumer Skittles, Butterfingers and Baby Ruths

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Earlier, US President Donald Trump addressed the nation from the Oval Office, describing the situation at the United States' southern border as a "humanitarian crisis, a crisis of the heart and a crisis of the soul". "We can protect the border using the technology that's available to us to wall off intrusions by using that technology", the South Carolina Democrat said on CNN. "We can hire the personnel to facilitate trade and immigration at the border".

Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said Trump slammed his hand on the table and walked out.

President Trump hastened to Capitol Hill Wednesday trying to hold jittery congressional Republicans in line on the 19th day of the partial government shutdown. "I think the votes are there if everyone decides to do this - to not only pass these bills but to be able to override a [potential presidential] veto". We can reopen the government and continue to work through disagreements about policy.

"I think certainly I have expressed more than a few times the frustrations with a government shutdown and how useless it is", Capito said Tuesday. "If you don't have the wall, it doesn't matter".

"Much of what we've heard from president Trump during this senseless shutdown has been full of misinformation and even malice. We can fund more innovation to detect unauthorized crossings". Democratic leaders responded, saying the president manufactured a border crisis.

Addressing the nation from the Oval Office for the first time, Trump argued for funding on security and humanitarian grounds as he sought to put pressure on newly empowered Democrats amid an extended partial government shutdown. But I know that the president has the authority to do it in certain situations if it's declared essential to national security.

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And research indicates that undocumented immigrants are much less likely to commit crime than native-born American citizens. Some say Trump's hardline policies are slowing processing for migrants, creating an overwhelming bottleneck at the border.

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Guardiola said: "The result was good and of course we are already in the final but we have to play the second leg". Without that competition, if we had just one competition to play in, I could play with the same 11 or same 12.

Some of those from the caravans who are still hoping to get into the U.S. watched Trump's address Tuesday on television sets inside shelters in Tijuana, just on the other side of the U.S. -Mexico border.

Trump has said he can relate to the plight of the federal workers who aren't getting paid, though he acknowledged they will have to "make adjustments".

Trump on Wednesday floated ideas that have been circulated for a broader immigration overhaul.

Trump and Democrats remain at an impasse over border wall funding, with Trump so far refusing to agree to a spending bill that does not include border wall funding and Democrats refusing to support legislation that does fund a border wall. His Tuesday evening remarks were to be followed by a televised rebuttal from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, who strongly oppose the wall and have repeatedly called on Trump to reopen shuttered portions of the government while border negotiations continue.

Negotiations on wall funding could proceed in the meantime, they said. Trump interacted with "Angel parents" frequently while he was campaigning for the White House, often invoking their departed sons and daughters during speeches and speaking about the parents on a first-name basis.

The people familiar with the meeting insisted on anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the meeting publicly.