“Does anybody really think I won’t build the WALL? Done more in first two years than any President! MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN!,” wrote Trump in his Tweeter on Sunday night.

Media is overwhelmed on President’s failure and repeatedly noticed that he had been outplayed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi as his 35-day standoff ended with his capitulation on Friday.

Furthermore, Trumps is expected would have to adopt a fundamental change of approach if he wants to pull out money for his for his border wall. He would also need to revive a presidency which was badly damaged by his loss to Democrats.

However, President will be exposed to significant political risks with any new strategy. At the same time, new genuine deal with Democrats will require concessions. Thus, he will have to risk angering his ultra-loyal political base.

“Fair deal”

President Trump had warned that if he didn’t get a “fair deal” on money for a wall by February 15, government would be closed again. Trump does not take into account that this will damage to his political standing. So it is believed that the second shutdown could serve as an even bigger disaster for Trump.