Kellyanne Conway: Trump could shut down government for wall funding

White House counselor Kellyanne ConwayKellyanne Elizabeth ConwayDem criticizes newest calendars for Trump Interior chief as 'fake' Bush economics director says psychiatrists labeled Trump 'total narcissist' Hatch Act complaints jumped nearly 30 percent Trump's first year in office: report MORE on Friday said "all options are open" in response to a question about President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump calls for Republicans to be 'united' on abortion Tlaib calls on Amash to join impeachment resolution Facebook temporarily suspended conservative commentator Candace Owens MORE potentially shutting down the government over funding for the border wall.

"Fox & Friends" host Steve Doocy said that "it doesn't look he's going to get funding for the wall" in the upcoming spending bill and asked Conway if there will be a government shutdown in response.

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“The president is keeping all options open," Conway responded.

“I don’t know if there’s anything he [Trump] has been more explicit or consistent on in the last three and a half years.”

Conway then urged Congress to take action, saying that "they have failed to meet the president’s modest demands” on immigration.

Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Richard ShelbyRichard Craig ShelbyCongressional leaders to launch budget talks with White House Democrats agree to humanitarian aid for border as part of disaster package On The Money: New financial disclosures provide glimpse of Trump's wealth | Walmart, Macy's say tariffs will mean price hikes | Consumer agency says Education Department blocking student loan oversight MORE (R-Ala.) warned Trump Thursday against initiating a partial government shutdown over wall funding. 

“I said we shouldn’t ever want to shut down the government,” Shelby told reporters when asked about the discussion at the White House.

“I think maybe he agreed, I don’t know,” he said of the president’s response.

Congress has until Dec. 7 to fund the rest of the government after lawmakers failed to approve seven of the 12 individual funding bills before the end of the fiscal year deadline.

Trump has previously threatened government shutdowns over wall funding. 

In July, during a press conference with Italy's prime minister, Trump said "If we don't get border security after many, many years of talk within the United States, I would have no problem doing a shutdown."