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Pollak: A Wall Deal Should Be Possible

But in theory, an agreement should be possible, because the changes the Trump administration seeks at the border are not radical, and because Democrats have agreed in the past to similar physical barriers to what Trump is proposing.

Donald Trump vs. Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi (Carlos Barria-Pool / Getty and Chip Somodevilla / Getty)

7 Points Trump Should Make in Oval Office Address About Border

National security is the first priority. And the cartels threaten national security. There is nothing humane about an open border. How many Americans must die before we enforce our laws? We can have a welfare state, or open borders, but not both. Let the engineers do their job — and let’s put America first.

Donald Trump Oval Office (Carolyn Kaster / Associated Press)

Politico: Rep. McCaul Trying Again to Win DHS Job

Texas Rep. Mike McCaul is reportedly a candidate to take over the Department of Homeland Security, despite his long pro-business record and his long-standing support of delegating anti-terror tasks to Islamic political groups.

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Blue State Blues: When Is a ‘Fence’ a ‘Wall’?

The administration’s effort to call a fence a wall is something of an amusing contrast to the effort by Israel, a decade ago, to point out that its so-called “wall” along (and, in places, within) the West Bank was actually mostly a “fence.”

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