A U.S. Congressman made a prediction about 2020 Trump won’t want to hear
Democrats and establishment Republicans are trying to run out the clock.
If they can hold out until Democrats take control of the House, Trump’s border wall could be doomed.
And one Congressman just made a prediction that was music to Nancy Pelosi’s ears.
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) is a member of the House Freedom Caucus.
He went on the House floor this week to argue in favor of funding $5 Billion for the wall on the Southern Border.
And he said if the wall is not built, President Trump will be a one term president.
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-TX) says President Trump will not win re-election in 2020 if his central campaign promise of building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border is not honored.
In an exclusive interview with SiriusXM Patriot’s Breitbart News Tonight, Gohmert told Senior Editors-at-Large Rebecca Mansour and Joel Pollak that Trump will be a one-term president if he does not build a southern border wall and that the U.S. “may be done” at that point.
“If we don’t [build the wall], I don’t see President Trump winning in two years,” Gohmert said. “I don’t see the Senate keeping the majority. And I think this country, this little experiment of self-government may be done.”
“And this, by Paul Ryan, Kevin McCarthy, McConnell, and Cornyn convincing the President that ‘Gee, let’s just put this fight off until February.’ They’ve known for two years. [GOP leadership] didn’t want a wall because there are some mega-donor people that don’t want a wall. They like that money flowing and so, if they just keep saying we’re going to put the fight on down the road, we’ll push it a little further, a little further.
“Then all of the sudden, [Trump’s] up for re-election, the wall didn’t get built. It was his number one promise and they will defeat him if this isn’t done. I don’t see any way around it.”
President Trump’s biggest promise on the campaign trail was to build a wall.
If he doesn’t deliver – no matter who is to blame – his goose could be cooked.
But the jury is still out if he’ll be able to secure funding and complete the wall by the time 2020 rolls around.