The metal fence between Mexico and the United States is seen in Puerto Anapra, Chihuahua state, Mexico on February 19, 2017. ATTENTION EDITORS: This image is part of an ongoing AFP photo project documenting the life on the two sides of the US/Mexico border simultaneously by two photographers traveling for ten days from California to Texas on the US side and from Baja California to Tamaulipas on the Mexican side between February 13 and 22, 2017. You can find all the images with the keyword : BORDERPROJECT2017 on our wire and on www.afpforum.com / AFP / YURI CORTEZ (Photo credit should read YURI CORTEZ/AFP/Getty Images)

Situations in the United States took a dramatic turn as democrats withdraw the offer to fund Trump’s border wall. Following the recent news on shutdown and the Democrats stand on the future of the dreamers, Democrats said recently; they had withdrawn to fund U.S president, Donald Trump’s border wall. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said he pulled the offer because of Trump’s failure to follow through on the outlines of an agreement discussed amongst them on Friday.

Mexico rejected Trump’s idea to build a wall along the southwestern border of the U.S to keep out illegal immigrants. The U.S government seems to be torn into two as the Democrats are bent on supporting the young dreamers after Trump had announced in September the end of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) programme.

The White House on Tuesday rejected the idea that a bipartisan bill sponsored by Durbin and Republican Senator Lindsey Graham could be the core of a solution to present dispute as white house spokeswoman. The United States government is still uncertain if the republicans and democrats will be able to reach a deal on DACA by the 8th of February.