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US Democrats accept compromise to end government shutdown

US Democrats accept compromise to end government shutdown

If stalemate continues , Republicans should go to 51% ( Nuclear Option ) and vote on real, long term budget, no C.R.'s", Trump tweeted Sunday morning. Schumer said on the Senate floor . Under this unified control, it was the Republican job to govern, it was their job to lead ... they have failed. Many Republicans feel that Democrats will pay a heavy political price for keeping the government shut down into the week.


Rahul watches R-Day parade from sixth row, Congress cries foul

Rahul watches R-Day parade from sixth row, Congress cries foul

Congress says the leader of the opposition is always allotted a seat in the front row for the parade. Congress spokesperson Randeep Surjewala tweeted his disappointment at the treatment, adding that the "arrogant rulers" have ignored all traditions.


Abe, Moon to hold summit on Feb.9

Abe, Moon to hold summit on Feb.9

Earlier, it was reported that North Korea had shipped coal to Russian Federation past year which was then delivered to South Korea and Japan in a likely violation of United Nations sanctions. The 12 North Korean players will join 11 from South Korea to form the team. Abe plans to tell Moon that the agreement is an worldwide pledge welcomed by countries like the United States and Britain.


Rep. Joe Kennedy to Deliver Dem Response to Trump's SOTU

Rep. Joe Kennedy to Deliver Dem Response to Trump's SOTU

Sen. Congressman Joe Kennedy speaks at the "Kill The Bill" Rally To Demand The House GOP Vote "No" On Trumpcare at the United States Capitol Building on March 24, 2017 in Washington, DC. Kennedy has been an outspoken liberal voice against the Republican president. Beyond YouTube , the State of the Union will also be available on Twitter , where coverage will be complemented with a live feed of tweets.


Inside the Legal Ramifications of Trump's Attempt to Fire Mueller

Inside the Legal Ramifications of Trump's Attempt to Fire Mueller

However, McGahn refused and threatened to quit if Trump went through with the firing. Friday morning President Trump shot down the report , calling it "fake news". In the months that followed, Trump's close advisers tried to calm the president's nerves surrounding the investigation, often consulting him that the probe would be ending soon.