He has told aides, and declared publicly, that the media is reporting on a different summit than the one he attended.
He tweeted: "Another totally Fake story in the Amazon Washington Post (lobbyist) which states that if my Aides broke the law to build the Wall (which is going up rapidly), I would give them a Pardon". With the election 14 months away and hundreds of miles of fencing plans still in blueprint form, Trump has held regular White House meetings for progress updates and to hasten the pace, according to several people involved in the discussions.
An unnamed White House official told the Post that Trump is joking when he talks about pardons. You have to follow the law, they were told.
Wood suggested that Trump's increasingly contradictory nature of the "tweet storm" will convince Beijing that it has the leverage, most particularly as the American president changes tone the moment that U.S. stock market starts declining.
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Chad Kelly led the Colts to all three of their scores and was 16 of 21 with 209 yards and one touchdown - all in the first half. He reflected not on his play on the field but his demeanor off it when he first ran into him at the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine.
The officials also told him they were concerned with laws regarding eminent domain - the seizing of private land for public use - but Trump told them to simply "take the land", showing no regard for the laws put in place to protect citizens from the government.
The construction of the border wall has been one of the main promises of Trump's presidency. On Tuesday, they assailed the Department of Homeland Security for transferring more than $150 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency disaster relief fund to pay for temporary immigration courts at the border.
White House deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley defended the president's tough approach to the border, saying in a statement "Donald Trump promised to secure our border with sane, rational immigration policies to make American communities safer, and that's happening everywhere the wall is being built".
Scarborough went on to say that there is no wall is because Republicans did not support it when they "ran Washington, D.C. the first two years of Donald Trump's administration". Such action by a president or senator would in the past have been considered a criminally corrupt practice, but it is par for the course in the Trump administration. However, Trump has taken to reassuring aides: anyone who's caught or prosecuted for breaking the law will receive a presidential pardon. "This is the outcome of failing to impeach him: He believes he's above the law-and he'll keep acting like it, until we hold him accountable". Perhaps House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY) will add this latest conduct to his impeachment investigation.