Shutdown talks dead since Saturday after Democrats rejected White House proposal


(Worthy News) - Efforts to resolve a government shutdown fight have been at a standstill since Saturday, when Democrats rejected a White House proposal that reduced President Trump's $5 billion demand for a border wall and offered flexibility on just how solid the wall needed to be.

According to a senior White House official, White House negotiators led by Vice President Mike Pence and White House senior adviser Jared Kushner huddled with Democrats on Capitol Hill Saturday and proposed between $1.6 billion and $5 billion in funds for a "physical barrier" that would include "fencing, a wall, and steel slats." [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More...) ]

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1 thought on “Shutdown talks dead since Saturday after Democrats rejected White House proposal”

  1. DemoncRats couldn't outride the last shutdown ..... they're not going to outride President on this one either. This could lead to the final destruction of the DemoncRat Party.

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