President Donald Trump’s promise to create a “territorial wall” along the U-S.-Mexico border was greeted with widespread confusion and skepticism among lawmakers, as Trump’s White House scrambled to craft an elaborate plan to avoid the criticism that Trump’s promises would leave America “locked in an economic death spiral.”

Trump’s administration is in the middle of crafting a plan to secure the border, which Trump has repeatedly said he wants “totally” open.

The president has not given a specific plan for securing the border.

In the meantime, lawmakers on both sides of the aisle are seeking to figure out how Trump can fulfill his campaign promises.

On Wednesday, Republican Sen. John McCain said he had asked the Trump administration to develop a strategy to secure America’s border and ensure the United States is “not a nation of mass murderers.”

But the White House has yet to say whether the administration will issue any official guidance on how to secure its border, according to CNN.

On Thursday, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, also urged the Trump White House to “make sure we have all the tools we need to secure our border.”

The White House said it would share its own guidance with lawmakers, but did not specify how the administration would do so.

Cruz, who is a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, also said it is critical for Trump to create “a comprehensive strategy for securing our borders, including the physical construction of a physical wall and securing the land border, but it is not enough.

“We need to have a comprehensive strategy. “

We need to know how to protect the American citizens in our country, but we need the American public to be on the side of our brave men and women in uniform who are risking their lives every day in our nation’s military, who are making the ultimate sacrifice every day to protect our country.” “

We need to have a comprehensive strategy.

We need to know how to protect the American citizens in our country, but we need the American public to be on the side of our brave men and women in uniform who are risking their lives every day in our nation’s military, who are making the ultimate sacrifice every day to protect our country.”

On Thursday morning, Trump tweeted a link to a New York Times story about a study he commissioned to “find a comprehensive plan to ensure a border wall” and also posted an image of a chart showing how to calculate the costs of constructing a physical barrier along the border with Mexico.

He also tweeted a statement from Sen. Lindsey Graham, R, South Carolina, who said the plan should be “publicly released.”

“The United States will not be secure until we have a plan for secure borders,” Graham said in a statement.

President Trump needs to stop playing games and start implementing his campaign pledges, which will make our nation safer and more secure.”

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