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President Trump went from being a White house meeting with congressional leaders on Wednesday afternoon about the partial government shutdown after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi rejected the support of new funding for a border wall, according to which in the meeting.
In an interview with reporters after the brief session, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-NY, said “the President just got up and left.”
“He asked speaker Pelosi,” will you agree that my wall?’ She said, no. And he just got up, and said, “we have nothing to discuss,” Schumer said.
The President, in a tweet, the meeting called it “a total waste of time” and appeared to confirm that he went after Pelosi’s response.
“I asked what happened in 30 days, if I quickly open the things, to authorise the go, border protection comprises a wall or steel barrier? Nancy said, NO. I said bye-bye, nothing else works!” Trump tweeted.
Pelosi, D-Calif., said after the meeting that the President irritated“.” Schumer said Trump hit his hand on a table in frustration, but Vice President Mike Pence and other Republicans, in an interview with journalists later, denied what happened.
House majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said the President was willing to make a deal in the Assembly.
“I just heard, Senator Schumer,” McCarthy, a California Republican, said. “I know that he complains that the time they had cameras in the meeting. I think we need to bring them back. Because what he described to the meeting is totally different than what took place.”
The meeting in the Situation Room on Wednesday afternoon, came in front of trump for the planned trip to the Texas-Mexico border on Thursday. To meet earlier, the President traveled to Capitol Hill with Senate Republicans, who say, “We have a very unified party.”
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Nevertheless, a growing number of fashion Republicans rates – such as Susan Collins of Maine, and Cory Gardner from Colorado-appeared uncomfortable with the toll the travel part down.
Trump has said he may declare a national emergency and try to authorize, the wall on his own if Congress did not approve of the 5.7 billion US-dollars, which he asks.
“I think we could work a deal, and if we don’t go I could be this way,” he said.
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Past meeting with Democrats have led to the ditch on both sides, with Trump’s insistence on nearly $ 6 billion for a border wall, and Democrats say they do not entertain the discussion until the Congress decides, and Trump signed a package of signed re-open the window shutters of the Federal authorities.
The President of the prime-time address on Tuesday night, apart saw both camps are drifting even further, Trump declared a “humanitarian and security crisis” and you swore to protect America, “so help me God” – and democratic leaders in Congress say worked for Trump, to “manufacture a crisis, foment fear and divert attention from the turmoil in his administration.”
As the two sides of the bridge this difference is and how long will you resist, a compromise was unclear. The Assembly of the effects of the partial shutdown, including workers ‘ paychecks and national parks services, is likely to increase forging up the pressure on Congress and the White house, a deal in the coming days.
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Trump said the Congress leader, the deadlock of the last months, even years, as he urged Washington to take action to stop the flood of illegal immigrants, drugs and criminals crossing the border.
Fox News’ Judson Berger and The Associated Press contributed to this report.