Last night’s news that President Trump may have made a deal with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer on DACA was met this morning with confusion. Democratic leaders announced they reached a deal that would not include the border wall but would include border security. Then the president tweeted out that no deal was made but they were close:

He also expressed support for making DACA permanent, thus granting amnesty to 800,000 illegal aliens already in this country:

But then he tweeted that the border wall was going to happen:

This relieved some pressure from his supporters who felt betrayed by the announcement from Pelosi and Schumer. However, this morning he talked with reporters as he readied to leave Florida. In the video above he says “The wall will come later.” Obviously, this is not what conservatives wanted to hear. It sounds like he has already given up on tying funding for the wall to DACA, the best bargaining chip he had with Democrats.

The Daily Caller reports:

“The wall will come later,” Trump told reporters as he prepared to depart for Florida. “We’re right now renovating large sections of wall, massive sections, making it brand new. We’re doing a lot of renovations, we’re building four different samples of the wall to see which one we’re going to choose, and the wall is going to be built, it will be funded a little bit later.

“Well, we want to get massive border security, and I think both Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer — I think they agree with it. We met last night, as you know, Schumer, Pelosi and a whole group and I think we’re fairly close, but we have to get massive border security.”

Last night, Pelosi and Schumer celebrated making a deal without the wall:

“We agreed to enshrine the protections of DACA into law quickly, and to work out a package of border security, excluding the wall, that’s acceptable to both sides,” they said.

Trump’s statement today seem to confirm their statement.

It looks like supporters of amnesty for illegal aliens will get their wish on DACA a lot sooner than expected. And Trump supporters who want the wall will have to wait. But it is unclear how he will make a deal for the wall without presenting something Democrats want in return. Paul Ryand and Mitch McConnell have been tepid in their support of a border wall so it remains to be seen how it will be built. The president has not offered and plan to force Mexico to pay for it either.