President Donald Trump has slowly come to realize his border wall probably isn't happening.
First, Trump compromised his belief that the wall should be a tall, concrete structure. He ultimately agreed it could be steel slats or a fence of some kind. When he agreed to stop the shutdown after over a month, it became clear he was giving in once more. Those on the far-right went on the attack, calling him a "wimp."
To make matters worse, Politico reported Friday that sources heard Trump say "Nancy is never going to give me what I want." But Sunday, the president came to learn that Fox News hosts and commentators weren't following his false narrative that he somehow "won" the negotiation.
"Never thought I’d say this but I think @johnrobertsFox and @JillianTurner @FoxNews have even less understanding of the Wall negotiations than the folks at FAKE NEWS CNN & NBC! Look to final results! Don’t know how my poll numbers are so good, especially up 19 [percent] with Hispanics?" Trump tweeted.
Never thought I’d say this but I think @johnrobertsFox and @GillianHTurner @FoxNews have even less understanding of… https://t.co/6DhNXUGzMm— Donald J. Trump (@Donald J. Trump)1548637689.0
As a fact-check, the 19 percent he's talking about comes from a polling model that sampled less than 20 percent of Latinos in the group of 1,000 respondents. The numbers aren't as solid as he might believe.