In Washington, there are growing concerns about the resumption of “shutdown”, which was suspended until February 15. Negotiations between the Democratic and Republican parties get “stuck”.
This was stated by Senator Richard Shelby, one of the main negotiators of the Republicans in interview to TV channel Fox News, reports dw.com.
He expressed the hope that agreements will be reached, however, explained that not sure.
In turn, the acting head of the White house Mike Mulvaney said that “to remove “shutdown” from the agenda completely impossible.” “The President really believes that we faced on the border with the national security crisis and the humanitarian crisis, and wants to deal with it,” said the official. The President himself Donald trump on his Twitter page accused the Democrats that they “propose to allocate too little money for much-needed wall on the border” with Mexico.
The current “shutdown” – a partial blockage of the US government – began on 22 December 2018 and lasted for 35 days, becoming the longest in the history of the country. On 25 January, the senators and members of the house of representatives of the U.S. Congress have agreed to end the “shutdown” until February 15.
Trump requires a budget of 5.7 billion dollars for the construction of a wall on the border with Mexico. Without this, the President of the United States refuses to support the draft budget. The Democrats having a majority in the House of representatives of the us Congress, does not agree with the construction of the wall.