Today's Trump fundrasing email
No Congress members along Mexico border support funding Trump's wall. (The Hill, 4/22/2017)
According to the report, some GOP lawmakers raised concerns about whether the wall is too focused on a physical barrier, rather than funding other high-tech solutions that could prove to be more effective.
“The solution must be a dynamic, multifaceted one,” Rep. Steve Pearce (R-N.M.) told the publication.
8/2/2017 update, "Trump and his team routinely traffic in fake news ", starts here.
Today's fake news email blast is accompanying by a Gallup headling from April 27, 2017, when "President" Trump's approval was at 42.6%. Today it's 38.2%.
Excerpt from the Gallup article. We most recently included the concept of building a wall in a list of 15 different actions that Trump could take or has already taken. The precise wording was "begin the construction of a wall between the U.S. and Mexico." The idea received 36% agreement and 56% disagreement, putting it dead last on the list based on net agreement. [emphasis added]
The guy doesn't have a leg to stand on.
Original 7/25/2017 posts starts here.
Fake news is the from the usual eyeroll of an email blast from Trump's minions.
The Washington Post explains what actualy happened in this 7/26/2017 report: Public Safety Congressional IT staffer charged with home equity loan fraud.