Contractors work on expanding a portion of the border wall between San Diego, Calif. and Tijuana, Mexico, on Dec. 4, 2018. If the White House and House Democrats are to reach a deal to avert another government shutdown by the Feb. 15, 2019 deadline, they must first reach a rough détente over what they are talking about — in particular, the definition of President Donald Trump’s “wall,” and of “border security,” the Democrats’ catchall description of their own approach.
Contractors work on expanding a portion of the border wall between San Diego, Calif. and Tijuana, Mexico, on Dec. 4, 2018. If the White House and House Democrats are to reach a deal to avert another government shutdown by the Feb. 15, 2019 deadline, they must first reach a rough détente over what they are talking about — in particular, the definition of President Donald Trump’s “wall,” and of “border security,” the Democrats’ catchall description of their own approach. MAURICIO LIMA NYT file photo
Contractors work on expanding a portion of the border wall between San Diego, Calif. and Tijuana, Mexico, on Dec. 4, 2018. If the White House and House Democrats are to reach a deal to avert another government shutdown by the Feb. 15, 2019 deadline, they must first reach a rough détente over what they are talking about — in particular, the definition of President Donald Trump’s “wall,” and of “border security,” the Democrats’ catchall description of their own approach. MAURICIO LIMA NYT file photo