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and he I would say it all my colleague has indicated he's prepared to sign the bill a stunning announcement on the Senate floor Thursday from Majority Leader Mitch McConnell ends days of doubt over whether president Donald Trump would agree to a bipartisan border security deal but trump told McConnell he will also declare a national emergency a move many Republicans had oppose I'm going to support the national emergency declaration the news which came just minutes before the Senate voted to advance the bill appeared to rule out another government shutdown house speaker Nancy Pelosi was swift to react I know the Republicans have some and ease about it no matter what they say %HESITATION because if the president can declare an emergency on something that he is created as an emergency and if it is an illusion that he wants to convey just think of what a president with different values can present to the American people the bipartisan deal offers one point thirty seven billion dollars for new fencing along the border with Mexico but does not grant trump the five point seven billion he wanted for the wall which he says is needed to stop drugs illegal immigrants from entering the US , during an emergency will allow truck to tap other funds to build his long promised wall but is nearly certain to provoke heated court battle we will review our options with the hair to respond appropriately to it Republican senator Lindsey Graham said earlier he expected trump to take that route and if you can actually use the money to put up barriers where it makes sense I think I'm good to go let him %HESITATION March toward %HESITATION filling in the gaps by executive action the Senate and house are expected to hold their final boats on the compromise deal later on Thursday the deal would also provide more than three hundred billion to fund the department of homeland security and other agencies through the end of the current fiscal year trumps refusal to sign a funding bill in December sparked the shutdown that won't go blasting a record thirty five days disrupting like for eight hundred thousand federal workers