"I don't want this conversation to go down a rabbit hole right now," said presenter Ana Cabrera.
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said that the kids would eventually get the school "but right now we've got a national emergency on our hands."
"This is the first time a president has tried to declare an emergency when Congress explicitly rejected funding for the particular project that the president is advocating," Schiff explained.
"Four times as many people were coming across the border in 2000 as now," the Fox News host said. "So why is that a national emergency?"
"Knock, knock Republicans, anybody home?" S.E. Cupp asked. "Any Republicans in Washington have a problem with this?"
Ocasio-Cortez and Joaquin Castro are planning to fight Trump's declaration.
"The goal is to get Trump's stupidest voters to say 'HE'S FIGHTING!'" Coulter tweeted. "No he's not."
President Donald Trump is set to declare a national emergency over the border issue and is looking for other sources of funding for a border wall.
President Donald Trump is set to grudgingly sign off on the budget deal agreed by Congress despite there being no money for the border wall as he envisions it.
The Democrat posted to Twitter, saying: "Trump's presidency is the real national emergency."
"There's no coming back from this. No "emergency" or presidential powers will allow him to build the wall, ever, after he signs this bill. Trump has just agreed to fully open borders," Coulter tweeted on Thursday afternoon.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said he is prepared to support the emergency declaration, which flies in the face of his supposed private warning to President Donald Trump against taking such action.
The president's campaign manager, Brad Parscale, told Axios that roughly 50 percent of the 30,000 people who signed up for Monday's rally online were registered as Democrats.
The comedian blasted the president for flip-flopping over his flagship U.S.-Mexico border wall proposal.
Fox News host Sean Hannity and Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs criticized the border wall deal made by congressional leaders as President Donald Trump weighs signing off on it.
The bill expected to pass through the Senate on Thursday could get the president's signature before Friday night's deadline.
Mount Everest, the world's tallest mountain above sea level, is more than 29,000-feet-tall. Hundreds have perished attempting to scale it.
Analysts and critics said that it was criticism from Ann Coulter and other conservative commentators that caused Trump to reverse course on signing a bipartisan spending bill last December that would have kept the government open.
"You mean like fake news?" Trump reportedly said of El Paso Mayor Dee Margo's comment.
The U.S. Government is reportedly seeking over $14 billion in drug proceeds and illicit profits from Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman as part of his criminal proceedings.
At the White House earlier, the president would not commit to supporting or vetoing the bipartisan measure.
Congress is refusing to fund the wall President Donald Trump would like to construct on the nation's southern border.
"Now, we do not know that the president will sign-on," John Berman said. "We do know that the co-president doesn't like it.
"They're full of crap when they say it hasn't made a big difference," Trump said about the fence in the Texas border city.