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A possible deal on Capitol Hill to avert a government shutdown, which met with a short-term spending measure a road Thursday barrier, such as the White house said President Trump “don’t want to go” with everything included sought-after resources for border security.
“The President has a meeting with the Republican house members at noon today,” White House Press Secretary Sarah Sanders said in a statement. “In this moment, the President does not want to go further, without the limit of safety, which includes steel slats, or a wall. The President is still weighing his options.”
The Congress is a Friday deadline for the Fund is a part of the government or risk a partial shutdown. The legislature was at a standstill on the President the claims for $5 billion for the financing of the border wall.
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But the Senate late Wednesday, an interim approved spending bill for several major departments would be financed by the Federal government, February, and prevent a partial shutdown. The measure passed by the Senate a sum of $ 1.6 billion for border security and Fund other facilities at the current level until the end of February closed. 8, but did not include new wall-to-wall financing. It goes to the house.
It remains unclear if Trump will sign or veto the measure, if the house agrees to it, but the Thursday statement indicates Trump may try to changes. The statement comes after house conservatives fumed about the stopgap — and the lack of new wall-financing — with some calling for the implementation of a bill on the floor for a vote, includes Trump the desired $5 billion for the wall.
“The house Republican conference is ready for the battle on the wall. Let’s $get 5B vote on the floor today!” Rep. Mark Walker tweeted.
The conservative Republican Study Committee, also called Republicans “are United in the call for the financing of the border wall. In one of our last acts of this Congress should be, the fulfillment of this key mandate called for the American people.”
The house freedom Caucus chair Mark meadows, R-N. C., told Fox News late Wednesday that “the political consequences of that will begin,” and soon, that risks doing “great harm” to his re-election effort in the year 2020, if a spending deal without limit is approved for the Trump financing.
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On the question of whether the President should veto any stopgap funding bill that did not had the money for the border wall, “Yes.” He added that the “errors” made by the Republicans, was that “we bring the bill last week, when we had the votes.”
House Republicans, meanwhile, are usually frustrated about the lack of clarity. A GOP member, told Fox News that there is a “lack of direction, lack of message” from the White house about what they are for and against.
Republican members are worried about their political exposure if you are building a turn-in to campaigns on a wall.
“We stuck our neck out for border security,” said a senior house Republican.
Another source in the house GOP conference, told Fox News that the members of the assurance of Trump, what he wants or not to sign before you agree to anything.
Signs of trouble first came up, when a house Republican press conference was abruptly canceled on Thursday morning.
A legislator who was at Thursday morning’s Republican conference, speaker of the house of representatives Paul Ryan said abruptly the meeting ended, to tell the members the President was on the phone. Moments later, he canceled what would have been his last press conference before he hit for the White house.
Meanwhile, speaker-designate Nancy Pelosi, said Democrats support the measure.
“This is seem a missed opportunity, pass full-year funding now,” she said. “However, the Democrats will be ready, and is fully responsible for the funding of our government in January, and we support this continuing resolution.”
Fox News’ Chad Pergram, Mike Emanuel, Peter Doocy, Samuel Chamberlain, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.