business traders announced on Monday night that they reached the "principle agreement" on border security funds which included more than $ 1.3 billion for the physical barrier on the US-Mexico border.
When asked if they have an agreement that President Trump agrees, Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., Chair of the Senate Reservation Committee, told reporters: "We are thinking of this. Rep. Nita Lowey, DN.Y., the House Provider Committee head, refuses to provide details of the deal but said the final text may be released on Wednesday.
There are lawmakers until 11:59 pm Friday to get the agreement through both Houses of Congress and signed by Trump before some departments Cabinet-level shut down and hundreds of thousands of federal workers are furloughed into what will be the second partial government shutdown this year.
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The White House requests $ 5.7 billion for the border wall and the administration is hanging on the possibility of being declared by Trump a national emergency and devaluation of the federal budget for the construction of the wall, but a move that would almost certainly be difficult in Congress as well as in the courts.
TRUMP HOLDS RALLY IN TEXAS AMID BORDER WALL DEBATE  Conversations are almost over at the weekend after the Democrats push to reduce funding for restraint beds to eliminate the so-called they do not have to be ruthlessly enforced by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). A proposal to cap at 16,500 the number of detainees caught in places far beyond the border – a Democrats limit said was aimed to prevent ICE overreach – run on its own Republican wall.
Shelby told told reporters Monday night that the issue of the bed was Worked out, but declined to provide details. "We think it's working," he said. "We had some strict negotiations."
Fox News Sources tell us that the agreement will provide enough money for the 42,774 adult and 2,500 children's beds with the goal of reducing that number to approximately 40,250 at the end of September. However, the White House is capable of transferring money to a measure of no congressional remuneration in order to provide more money for wall or more restraint beds. In that sense, resources tell Fox News that the total number of beds can reach up to 52,000, although there is no technical limit on the amount.
According to ICE figures, 66 percent of the nearly 159,000 immigrants who reported this last year's stay were convicted of crimes. In 2016 under President Obama, nearly 110,000 immigrants have been arrested and 86 percent have criminal records.
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At White House on Monday afternoon, Trump softened his rhetoric on the wall but cut it out when mentioning the issue of cessation beds.
"We can call for anything. We'll call these barriers, we'll call it whatever they want," said the president. "But now they are not only willing to give us money for a wall, they do not want to give us space to prevent murderers, criminals, drug dealers, human smugglers."
Fox News's Chad Program Mike Emanuel and The Associated Press have contributed to this report.