The president has said he wants Congress to pass a border wall before the year is out.
What happens next depends on what the Senate does, and if it votes to pass it.
A wall will be a key feature of any plan to keep the country from crossing the border, and the president is willing to let the House pass it, as he has said.
But he needs support from both chambers.
Republicans have repeatedly said they won’t agree to a wall if it includes funding for border security.
Democrats have argued that they should get a wall first.
Democrats need to win back the Senate, which they haven’t won in a generation.
And they’ll have to get there before the Senate votes on the border security bill.
If they don’t win a majority in both chambers and the Senate passes the border wall, the bill is unlikely to become law.
What does the president want?
The president wants a border security package that includes a $1.7 trillion supplemental security spending bill for border and maritime patrol, as well as funding for a new border security wall.
That money will be available through October.
But Republicans have said they will not support it.
The White House has said it is willing, if the border spending bill is included, to pass an additional $1 trillion supplemental spending bill that includes border security and security spending as well.
The Senate is scheduled to vote on the supplemental spending measure in the next few days.
If it passes, that bill will need to be reconciled with the supplemental security funding bill.
So if Democrats don’t get a majority, the border funding bill could be delayed until at least December.
A border wall could be included in that bill, but the president has not said if he would like a borderwall.
That would likely make it difficult for Republicans to get their support.
What are the Democrats doing?
The Democrats have been pushing the president on border security for a while.
In June, they announced they would support the $1 billion supplemental security money bill, a request that the administration made on its own, according to an administration official who spoke on condition of anonymity because the president was not authorized to discuss the details of the meeting.
On July 22, the White House issued a press release saying the administration would support a $2.1 trillion border security spending package that included the border-security measure.
But Democrats have said that they will vote against the supplemental-security-funding bill.
The House of Representatives passed its own border security plan on July 18.
But on July 26, Democrats released a list of demands for the administration to fulfill.
They included funding for the new border wall as well the border patrol money.
Democrats also said they would not support any border security measure that includes funding to pay for the wall.
The administration has said that the wall would be included on the package, though it would have to be funded with money from other government accounts and not by supplemental security-funding money.
What is the border?
It is about 6,000 miles wide and about 80 miles long.
It runs through parts of Southern Mexico, along the Gulf Coast, and ends in Arizona, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, California, Nevada, Arizona and Utah.
In addition to the U.S.-Mexico border, it crosses into Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica and Panama.
The U.N. Convention on the Law of the Sea defines the border as the sea separating land and water, which is roughly a mile deep and extends north and south through the Caribbean, Pacific Ocean, and Gulf of Mexico.
There are two countries within the border: Nicaragua and Costa Rica.
Nicaragua is a tiny country that has just a few thousand people.
It has a population of just under 1 million, with its borders running along the Caribbean Sea.
Costa Rica has about 3.5 million people.
Costa Rico is a small country with a population about 10,000 people.
The country borders the U,S.
Costa Rican officials have said their territory is sovereign, and that the United States has no authority over them.
Where is the U-N?
The U-n treaty signed by the United Nations in 1970 states that it is the territory of all nations within its jurisdiction, but it does not specify which ones.
So in theory, Costa Ricans have sovereign rights over the U of N territory.
But there are many U.K.-based disputes that are currently unresolved, including the territorial disputes between Costa Rica, the United Kingdom, Canada and the United Republic of Tanzania, according the U.-N Convention on Dependent Territories.
Costa Ricos claims to be the rightful owner of the territory, which has been disputed for decades.
The Costa Rican government has not commented on the Un treaty.
The border dispute with Nicaragua is the latest dispute between the two countries.
Costa is a key shipping route between the United Arab Emirates and the Dominican Republic, and it passes through Nicaragua.
The United Arab Emirate, which controls a large chunk of Costa Rica’s territory