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Will Trump send border wall to avoid government shutdown?

There is no one else to blame, but President Trump if there is a partial state shutdown later this week. The chairman said he would take charges if it was a shutdown. The question now is whether Trump will sign an expense account that does not finance its border. "Many of us are trying to help him," said Senate Committee chairman Richard Shelby, R-Ala. about the efforts to secure the dollar for the border. "It did not work." And so in the coming days, Parliament and the Senate are likely to approve some kind of short-term expense measure to ward off a partial government shutdown during the hours of Saturday morning. If there is no action, nine federal departments would close just days before Christmas. Instead, a preliminary stoppage package resumes only the remaining seven expense accounts at current levels until February 8th. "If we go to February, what will happen then?" Asked Shelby, not so rhetorical. Not many changes. With the exception of Democrats, the Board will attend the House next year. Later Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., Appeared mysterious about why house ministry leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Would like to fight government finance issues when she matriculated to the speaker's suite in January. "I think the incoming speaker Pelosi has little latitude to do a deal," said McConnell. "I would assume her preference would be to roll out the new democratic agenda with the new, new democratic congress." "I think the incoming speaker Pelosi has little latitude to…

There is no one else to blame, but President Trump if there is a partial state shutdown later this week.

The chairman said he would take charges if it was a shutdown. The question now is whether Trump will sign an expense account that does not finance its border.

“Many of us are trying to help him,” said Senate Committee chairman Richard Shelby, R-Ala. about the efforts to secure the dollar for the border. “It did not work.”

And so in the coming days, Parliament and the Senate are likely to approve some kind of short-term expense measure to ward off a partial government shutdown during the hours of Saturday morning. If there is no action, nine federal departments would close just days before Christmas. Instead, a preliminary stoppage package resumes only the remaining seven expense accounts at current levels until February 8th.

“If we go to February, what will happen then?” Asked Shelby, not so rhetorical.

Not many changes. With the exception of Democrats, the Board will attend the House next year.

Later Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., Appeared mysterious about why house ministry leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Would like to fight government finance issues when she matriculated to the speaker’s suite in January.

“I think the incoming speaker Pelosi has little latitude to do a deal,” said McConnell. “I would assume her preference would be to roll out the new democratic agenda with the new, new democratic congress.”

“I think the incoming speaker Pelosi has little latitude to make an agreement. I would assume her preference would be to roll out the new democratic agenda with the new new democratic congress.”

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1; Later Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.

McConnell added that he thought to fall to February “would be the least desirable outcome from the speaker’s point of view.”

Au contraire.

To quote McConnell, this is the “New Democratic Agenda with the New New Democratic Congress.”

Democrats angry the house in part because Trump proved virulent in key areas. Pelosi is more than happy to hug the president over a question like the border wall. The wall can activate Trump’s kernel breeders and enraptures red state. But the wall is completely poisonous in swings and suburbia.

The scenario helps Pelosi on two fronts. It presents California Democrats with a support to leverage the president and at the same time on behalf of Liberal Democrats in her caucus.

In addition, an elongated wall struggle could potentially help Pelosi temper the story that all its side should do is to investigate Trump.

There will certainly be a lot of surveys of the Trump administration of a democratic house. But there are only so many cubic centimeters of available news acid.

A February battle over the wall means that news needs must devote some time to the murders and not just focus on alleged misdemeanors of the president.

Is there any question here? If this was a boxing match, you could hear bell clanging on the ring page. Ding-ding-ding. Round one is over. The judges would award a unanimous decision to Pelosi.

The threatening question now is that Trump will write a wall of a ticket – to ward off a government shutdown this weekend?

Trump has been unpredictable in this issue earlier. In March, members of the president’s government negotiated an omnibus expense package to avoid a government shutdown. Budget Director and now working White House Manager Mick Mulvaney ballyhooed the benefits of the deal. The house and the senate approved the plan.

But just a few hours before the deadline, the president gave almost a state shutdown when he threatened to veto the action. He finally signed the agreement.

Trump faced a revolt from its base when details leaked out about the size and scope of omnibus spending. One is wondering if the president can reject something that the Congress passes – especially if his partyans threaten nut.

This is the core issue of the problem arising from the oval office meeting Trump conducted last week with Pelosi and Senate’s minority leader Chuck Schumer, DN.Y. Trump threatened a shutdown and took responsibility. Bravadoen strengthened the president’s loyalists.

White House spokesman Sarah Sanders said Tuesday on several occasions that the administration could still build the wall – even without congressional attacks.

“There are certainly a number of sources of funding that we have identified that we can use to link with the money that would be given to us through congressional grants that would help us get to the $ 5 billion,” says Sanders. [19659009] “There are certainly a number of sources of funding that we have identified that we can use to link with the money that would be given to us through congressional grants that would help us reach $ 5 billion. “

– White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders

Such a maneuver is called” reprogramming “in Congress: Take Money The Congress already passed and” reprogrammed “it for a purpose other than the original intention. Trump signed the military design law / VA bill. The Army Corps of Engineers budget falls under the “MilCon / VA” bill. It is possible that the Trump administration could request a reprogramming of Army Corps of Engineer’s money to the wall. However, the gambit requires the suspension of members of parliament and senate

“They must have the congregation’s blessing for most reprogramming,” said Pelosi

. It can be said that an administration can send some money for purposes not sanctioned by the Congress. But we’re talking about a few million dollars here. There are millions of a “M.” pocket pocket in Washington.

The Trump Administration says it seeks potential other ways to bypass the congress. This is a problem because Congress Section I, Section 9, gives Congress the power of the bag.

“They should read the Constitution,” said a person who knew the congressional attacks. Another source said “It would create a storm” if the White House tried to circumvent Capitol Hill.

Do not Congress’s Republicans have the back of the president? As Shelby said, they tried to help. But the political street could not accommodate what Trump requested. Keep in mind that many GOPers fear voters can blame them for shutdown. So they were willing to pay in.

A scenario like this seems to develop in much the same way every Christmas in Washington. It’s a crisis you’re up to. The pages seem to stand out in their determination. And then, almost in the last minute, someone does not span for long before Santa slides down the chimney.

In truth, the outcome of this death was probably determined by the most influential people in Washington. Not the legislators, but the legislators spouses and their families. After all, they want to get everyone home for Christmas.

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