"I have a very good relationship with Mexico. In some form, Mexico will pay for the wall".
Mexico has repeatedly stated that it will not pay to build the wall.
The administration's plan, per the document, is to almost double the amount of fencing along the border, from 654 miles now to around 1,000 in total.
President Trump is asking for $18 billion to fund a portion of his promised border wall in exchange for allowing hundreds of thousands of Dreamers-young immigrants brought to the USA illegally-to stay in the country, the Wall Street Journal reports.
The President met with Senate Republicans on Thursday to discuss ways to fix DACA.
Cornyn, in an interview on Fox News on Friday, said Trump would demand that an immigration deal address the visa lottery system and chain migration that unites family members.
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Democratic lawmakers have already rejected that compromise, and the standoff could lead to a federal government shutdown. The White House and lawmakers in both parties agree that Dreamers should be protected but remain divided over the details of a plan.
But Trump, and many others, have questioned why Democrats are so opposed to a wall when they supported a barrier twice - in 2006 and 2013.
So the funds Trump seeks from Congress would be enough to say that by 2027, just over half the border is walled off.
The episode prompted a shutdown warning from Durbin, with government funding scheduled to run out January 19 and a long-term budget will require Democratic votes.
-Mexican border are now opposing a massive wall proposed by President Donald Trump along the same route, but the president is demanding that Congress include $18 billion in funding for the first phase of construction in a package to provide legal status to Dreamers, The Washington Post reports. "With this demand, he seems to be heading in that direction".
'Our discussions on border security and enforcement with Democrats are much further apart, and that is key to getting a bipartisan deal on DACA, ' senators Thom Tillis and James Lankford said in a statement.