President Donald Trump will not sign the current Senate-passed funding measure that would avert a government shutdown, House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday.
House Republicans met with Trump at the White House earlier to discuss funding for the border wall and the partial shutdown.
"The President informed us that he will not sign the bill that came over from the Senate last evening because of his legitimate concerns for border security," Ryan said.
Ryan vowed to return to Capitol Hill to continue working on a solution to fund the government and "border security."
"We want to keep the government open, but we also want to see an agreement that protects the border," he said. "We have very serious concerns about securing our border."