Congressional negotiators announced on Monday night they have a border wall funding agreement they believe President Trump will sign into law.
— FOX26Houston (@FOX26Houston) February 12, 2019
FOX 26 reported:
The emerging agreement was announced by a group of lawmakers, including Republican Sen. Richard Shelby and Democratic Rep. Nita Lowey, after a closed-door meeting on Capitol Hill.
The talks had cratered over the weekend because of Democratic demands to limit immigrant detentions by federal authorities, but lawmakers apparently broke through that impasse Monday evening.
Now they will need the support of President Donald Trump, whose signature will be needed ahead of the deadline at midnight Friday.
— BakersfieldNow (@bakersfieldnow) February 12, 2019