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Senate Republicans in the dark on Trump's plan to ward off a partial government shutdown

December 18, 2018 US 0 Views Participants said there are a number of options to avoid a partial suspension of Trump's $ 5 billion claim for its border, but GOP legislators are in the dark as to what the president should actually sign. "I do not know a particular plan yet," Texas Sen John Cornyn, the second-ranked Republican Senate, said when he left McConnell's office. Question about Trump would sign a short-term measure to fight in January, Cornyn was still in a loss. "I've heard that as mentioned," Cornyn said on a short-term financial statement. "But I do not know if the president should sign it." With only four days to go until funding expires for a large part of the government, including the Home Security Department, Republicans grow impatiently – and worried – about the lack of strategy from the White House. GOP negotiators have worked to design options for the White House, but now they have not received a green light to move on to any of them, because the president believes he must have $ 5 billion in border financing to print on some agreement. Sources start by acknowledging that the solution may need to be a short-term agreement to extend funding at current levels – or face the partial state shutdown. But these sources say that a final decision has still not been made – mainly because of the president. GOP senators say that Trump seems to be able to exert the greatest pressure on Democrats…

Participants said there are a number of options to avoid a partial suspension of Trump’s $ 5 billion claim for its border, but GOP legislators are in the dark as to what the president should actually sign.

“I do not know a particular plan yet,” Texas Sen John Cornyn, the second-ranked Republican Senate, said when he left McConnell’s office.

Question about Trump would sign a short-term measure to fight in January, Cornyn was still in a loss.

“I’ve heard that as mentioned,” Cornyn said on a short-term financial statement. “But I do not know if the president should sign it.”

 What can you expect if there is a partial state shutdown

With only four days to go until funding expires for a large part of the government, including the Home Security Department, Republicans grow impatiently – and worried – about the lack of strategy from the White House.

GOP negotiators have worked to design options for the White House, but now they have not received a green light to move on to any of them, because the president believes he must have $ 5 billion in border financing to print on some agreement. Sources start by acknowledging that the solution may need to be a short-term agreement to extend funding at current levels – or face the partial state shutdown. But these sources say that a final decision has still not been made – mainly because of the president.

GOP senators say that Trump seems to be able to exert the greatest pressure on Democrats and force them to cave by financing his border. But Republicans fear that they will suffer from the political backlash if there is a shutdown over the wall.

“I really do not know, and I do not think anyone does,” said a GOP Senator for the president’s thinking. “I think he plays this game to the end because he thinks he can get a better hand.”

The Senate added: “I think Republicans do not want to see that we are blamed.”

Then. Richard Shelby, an Alabama republic and chairman of the affairs committee, suggested that legislators could get a signal from the White House on Monday night, but he was not sure what it would be – or if it would happen. [19659002] “He may be receptive to doing nothing. Let it throw away,” Shelby referred to Trump, told reporters after arriving from a closed door meeting with McConnell. “I do not know.”

Among the options is a short-term point to the new year that would freeze spending levels for 25% of the federal government before a deadline of 21 December. In recent days, negotiators have played with several combinations of long-term options that may include increased funding for border security through other mechanisms – some Democrats have made it clear that they are likely to oppose. Another option that has become liquid continues the funding of the Department of Homeland Security – the bill in the middle of the wall struggle – for one month, while continuing long-term funding for the six other unlawful appropriations. [19659015] Trump keeps all guessing over shutdown “data-src-mini =” // cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/181212102414-04-trump-pelosi-schumer-unfurled-small-169.jpg “data -src-xsmall = “// cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/181212102414-04-trump-pelosi-schumer-unfurled-medium-plus-169.jpg” data-src-small = “http: / /cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/181212102414-04-trump-pelosi-schumer-unfurled-large-169.jpg “data-src-medium =” // cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/ assets / 181212102414-04-trump-pelosi-schumer-unfurled-exlarge-169.jpg “data-src-large =” // cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/181212102414-04-trump-pelosi-schumer -unfurled-super-169.jpg “data-src-full16x9 =” // cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/181212102414-04-trump-pelosi-schumer-unfurled-full-169.jpg “data- src-mini1x1 = “// cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/181212102414-04-trump-pelosi-schumer-unfurled-small-11.jpg” data-demand-load = “not-loaded” data- eq-pts = “mini: 0, xsmall: 221, small: 308, medium: 461, large: 781” src = “data: image / gif; base64, R0lGODlhEAAJAJEAAAAAA Trump Holds All Guess On Suspension ” class=”media__image” src=”http://cdn.cnn.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/181212102414-04-trump-pelosi-schumer-unfurled-large-169.jpg”/>

Senate’s minority leader Chuck Schumer of New York said on Monday that he has not yet heard from the White House after last this week’s controversial meeting with the president, and he complained that the White House is in fear.

With the clock tipping down, assistants in both parties have become more dismissed to the reality that a short-term point is growing more and more likely as the only option. 19659002] With less than five days until the government is set to partially close, legislators and staff still try not only the police side of any solution but also the process. Traditionally, banknotes spend at home, but with the Chamber from the session until Wednesday night, Republicans are considering initiating the Senate process, where legislative vehicles are available to overcome procedural barriers to speed things up.

“It’s possible but it’s so hard that you need consent to do everything,” said Cornyn to the Senate’s reporter who first began. “It would be much easier if the Chamber did it and left the city and stuck the Senate.”

Cornyn acknowledged a short-term solution was an opportunity but called it “not the first, second or third choice”. Nevertheless, the way forward, both on political and procedural grounds, is far from being canceled, as even the highest Republicans say they have not yet been clued in the next step.

“It will all be revealed in fullness of time,” Cornyn told reporters. “My guess would be on Wednesday, but I mean that the house will not even come back to Wednesday. I wish I could give you direction. I do not really know what’s going to happen.”

Asked about the possibilities of shutdown, Louisiana Republican late John Kennedy told reporters, “I do not know.”

He added: “If the White House has a plan, they keep it for themselves.”

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