President Trump Blasts Democrats For No Border Wall Funding In Upcoming House Bills To Reopen Government

President Trump Blasts Democrats For No Border Wall Funding In Upcoming House Bills To Reopen Government

President Donald Trump kicked off the New Year going after Democrats for bills that Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives are planning to vote on Thursday when they take control of the House that ends the partial government shutdown but does not include any funding for a border wall.

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House Democrats Plan To Vote On Legislation To End Shutdown Without Border Wall Funding

House Democrats Plan To Vote On Legislation To End Shutdown Without Border Wall Funding

Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives have prepared legislation that aims to end the partial government shutdown without giving President Donald Trump $5.7 billion for border wall funding and plans to vote on that legislation on Thursday, when Democrats take control of the House.

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Lindsey Graham Says Democrats Would Rather Have Trump Lose Rather Than America Win In Border Wall Funding Fight

Lindsey Graham Says Democrats Would Rather Have Trump Lose Rather Than America Win In Border Wall Funding Fight

Republican U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina told CNN during an interview on “State of the Union” on Sunday that Congressional Democrats would rather have President Donald Trump lose the fight for border wall funding rather than have America win.

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Mark Warner Says Trump Is ‘Treating’ Federal Employees ‘Like Poker Chips At One Of His Failed Casinos’

Mark Warner Says Trump Is ‘Treating’ Federal Employees ‘Like Poker Chips At One Of His Failed Casinos’

Democratic U.S. Senator Mark Warner accused President Donald Trump of “treating” federal employees affected by the ongoing partial government shutdown “like poker chips at one of his failed casinos” as the president and Democrats hold firm on their positions over border wall funding.

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Democratic Senators Say President Trump Will Not Get $5 Billion For Border Wall Funding

Democratic Senators Say President Trump Will Not Get $5 Billion For Border Wall Funding

Two U.S. Senate Democrats said on Sunday morning that a short-term spending bill, known as a continuing resolution (CR), would not be passed in the U.S. Senate that included $5 billion for border wall construction as President Donald Trump had requested.

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Paul Ryan Says President Trump Will Not Sign Current Spending Bill Without Border Security Funding

Paul Ryan Says President Trump Will Not Sign Current Spending Bill Without Border Security Funding

House Speaker Paul Ryan, R. WI, emerged from a meeting with President Donald Trump and other members of Congress at the White House and told reporters that Trump does not intend to sign the current short-term funding bill without it having adequate border security measures.

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Top Democrats Discuss Impeachment And Prison Time For Trump Following Friday’s Court Filings

Top Democrats Discuss Impeachment And Prison Time For Trump Following Friday’s Court Filings

Top members of Democratic Party in Congress raised the prospect of both impeachment and prison time for President Donald Trump after federal prosecutors filed new court documents on Friday alleging Trump directed his former lawyer Michael Cohen to make illegal payments to two women during the 2016 presidential election.

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President Trump Pressures Congress To Pass Immigration Legislation

President Trump Pressures Congress To Pass Immigration Legislation

President Donald Trump again called on Congress to pass immigration legislation on Thursday in a series of tweets to prevent the flow of illegal immigrants entering the United States through the southern border with Mexico.

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John Brennan Accuses President Trump Of ‘Seriously Damaging’ U.S. With His ‘Incompetence’

John Brennan Accuses President Trump Of ‘Seriously Damaging’ U.S. With His ‘Incompetence’

John Brennan, former director of the Central Intelligence Agency under President Barrack Obama, accused President Donald Trump of “seriously damaging” the United States through a series of accusations against Trump which included “incompetence” and “unethical behavior.”

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House To Hold Vote On Moderate Immigration Bill Next Week Despite Call From Trump To Wait Until November

House To Hold Vote On Moderate Immigration Bill Next Week Despite Call From Trump To Wait Until November

Republican leadership in the U.S. House of Representatives are still planning to bring a moderate immigration reform bill that provides a pathway to citizenship to illegal immigrants up for a debate and vote on the House floor next week despite a call from President Donald Trump to hold off on immigration legislation until after the November mid-term elections.

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Trump Announces He Will Not Support Draft Moderate Immigration Bill Released In House

Trump Announces He Will Not Support Draft Moderate Immigration Bill Released In House

President Donald Trump said on Friday morning during an interview with “Fox & Friends” that he would not sign one of the two draft immigration bills revealed by the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday, which calls for permanent legal status and pathway to citizenship for some illegal immigrants.

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House Democrats Introduce Resolution Demanding Documents On President Trump’s Pardons

House Democrats Introduce Resolution Demanding Documents On President Trump’s Pardons

Two U.S. House of Representatives Democrats introduced a resolution in the U.S. House on Friday to force the White House and U.S. Department of Justice to turn over documents and other material to the House that relates to President Donald Trump’s past pardons and potential future pardons.

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Speaker Paul Ryan Will Not Seek Reelection In 2018 Midterm Election

Speaker Paul Ryan Will Not Seek Reelection In 2018 Midterm Election

U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan of Wisconsin announced on Wednesday that he will not be seeking reelection in the upcoming 2018 midterm elections, citing in a press conference that he was retiring to be able to spend more time with his family and be more than just a “weekend dad.”

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U.S. House To Debate School Safety Bill Aimed At Preventing School Violence

U.S. House To Debate School Safety Bill Aimed At Preventing School Violence

The U.S. House of Representatives will begin debating a bipartisan bill next week that is aimed at reducing and preventing school violence in the wake of the Florida school shooting that killed seventeen people in Parkland, Florida on Feb. 14.

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Group Of U.S. Senators Push Watered-Down Immigration Deal To Break Negotiations Stalemate

Group Of U.S. Senators Push Watered-Down Immigration Deal To Break Negotiations Stalemate

A group of U.S. Senators stated on Wednesday that they have reached a bipartisan deal for immigration which includes citizenship for a portion of the 3.6 million illegal immigrants living in the U.S. who arrived before their 18th birthday, referred to as dreamers, in order to break the current stalemate in the Senate on the immigration reform issue.

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White House Calls On Congress To Develop Long-Term Budget Deal

White House Calls On Congress To Develop Long-Term Budget Deal

A White House spokesman aboard Air Force One told reporters on Monday that Congress needs to make a long-term budget deal as U.S. lawmakers face another deadline this week to pass a spending bill to keep the U.S. government funded and avoid another shutdown.

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U.S. Supreme Court Refuses To Block Pennsylvania Court Order To Redraw Congressional District Maps

U.S. Supreme Court Refuses To Block Pennsylvania Court Order To Redraw Congressional District Maps

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday refused to block a Democratic Party majority Pennsylvania Supreme Court order ruling that the Pennsylvania must immediately redraw its congressional district maps by Feb. 9.

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U.S House Expected To Vote On Short-Term Spending Bill On Tuesday To Keep U.S. Government Funded

U.S House Expected To Vote On Short-Term Spending Bill On Tuesday To Keep U.S. Government Funded

The U.S. House of Representatives is expected to vote on a short-term government spending bill to keep the U.S. government funded and avoid another shutdown as the current spending bill is set to expire on Feb. 8.

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FBI Has ‘Grave Concerns’ About Release Of Secret Nunes Memo Alleging FBI and DOJ Misconduct

FBI Has ‘Grave Concerns’ About Release Of Secret Nunes Memo Alleging FBI and DOJ Misconduct

The Federal Bureau of Investigations issued a statement on Wednesday expressing it had “grave concerns” about the release of a secret memo developed by staff for Rep. Devin Nunes, R. CA, alleging misconduct and biasness by senior FBI and U.S. Department of Justice Officials.

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