‘This Is A Cave, Not A Wall’: Web Explodes Over Donald Trump’s Shutdown Cave

President Donald Trump backed down from his demand that Congress give him $5.7 billion for a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border late Friday.

In doing so, he agreed to finish the longest authorities shutdown in U.S. historical past ― which instantly despatched ripples across the media, movie star and political worlds.

Trump claimed his backtrack was “by no means a concession.”

Trump tweeted he was merely “taking care” of the thousands and thousands of individuals affected by the shutdown, which he instigated in late December. If no additional deal on funding for his wall is completed inside 21 days, he added, then “it’s off to the races!” 

Nevertheless, most individuals on-line described it as a “cave” by the commander in chief. Trump’s hometown newspaper, The New York Every day Information, known as him a “cave man” on its Saturday cowl:

The information didn’t break in time for extra late-night comedians to incorporate it on their Friday broadcasts. Nevertheless, Stephen Colbert’s “Late Present” crew did handle to shoehorn on this chilly open:

Others referenced the event on Twitter:

“CNN Tonight” host Don Lemon requested if Trump had ever skilled a worse day: 

Fellow CNN anchor Anderson Cooper defined how Trump was making an attempt to redefine his defeat as a victory:

The community’s Jim Acosta, in the meantime, known as it the largest tactical defeat of Trump’s life:

Others ― together with lawmakers, celebrities and TV personalities ― additionally chimed in:

Conservative commentators, nonetheless, had a special take: