U.S. President Donald Trump's push for a major military buildup suffered a setback on Thursday when the House of Representatives put plans on hold to fully fund the federal government through next September 30 and instead resorted to temporary measures freezing spending at current levels. Two of those people, according to the Post, said he has told advisors that it is important that he appears tough on immigration and pushes for getting funding for building a wall along the U.S. -Mexico border. "That's why we invited [Democrats] over to have a conversation about a deal", White House Legislative Affairs Director Marc Short told reporters late Thursday, the Post reported.
"He's not advocating for a shutdown in any way".
With a December 8 deadline rapidly approaching for either extending federal funding in some way or triggering a partial government shutdown, the House next week will advance a temporary patch, according to a senior aide, and try to provide money through December 22. Schumer and Pelosi going on national TV to announce "We want a government shutdown" might not even get it done. We want to make sure our priorities are funded.
Congress has to pass a new spending bill by December 8 and avoid a government shutdown.
Up against a December 8 spending deadline, House Republican leaders are likely to introduce a measure that would extend current funding until December 22, said the aides, who were granted anonymity to describe private deliberations.
The House aide, who asked not to be identified, said a second temporary funding bill to fund the government from December 22 to January 31 would likely be sought later next month. This plan would require House lawmakers to stick around Washington past their original departure date.
The moves by the Republican-controlled House underscore its inability so far to reach a deal with the Senate and with Democrats on top-line budget numbers for the full fiscal 2018 year. House Republicans plan to gather Friday morning in the Capitol to discuss the matter, and leaders will begin assessing potential support.
Earlier this year, the president said that a "good shutdown" might be needed in the fall.
Liverpool have infamously struggled defensively for a number of years and this season has been no different for Klopp's side. With Pascal Gross looking risky as well, Knockaert's upsurge in form could just be what Brighton need on Saturday afternoon.
Ken Rosenthal of TheAthletic.com reports that Ohtani is expected to begin meeting with major-league teams as early as next week. Additionally, he has plus-plus raw power and has been clocked as an 80-grade runner, so there is seemingly nothing he can't do.
But political and procedural stumbling blocks remain as Republicans try to clear their bill through the full Senate. A December 8 deadline is looming for passing a spending measure needed to prevent a shutdown.
If you tried to start a auto that's been sitting in a garage for decades, you might not expect the engine to respond. The spacecraft had been relying on its primary thrusters to keep it oriented, but these have degraded over time.
This Sunday's supermoon will appear a little tiresome in comparison, only appearing seven percent larger and 16 percent brighter. CT residents will have their eyes peeled to the sky Sunday night as the "supermoon" makes its only appearance in 2017.
The PEG for Coca-Cola European Partners plc is gauging a 1.54, signposting the future growth of the company's earnings. Following the transaction, the insider now owns 320,013 shares in the company, valued at approximately $14,749,399.17.
The housemates will literally dance to the tunes of DJ Vikas Gupta and DJ Priyank Sharma - at least that's what Bigg Boss wants. Later, Bigg Boss asks the contestants to nominate contestants for jail and Hina is the first to nominate Bandagi and Puneesh.
For both Saturday and Sunday we should continue to see a mix of sun and clouds with highs generally in the upper 60s to lower 70s. With this pattern setting up, the colder than normal air will give us better chances for snowflakes out through Christmas.
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced the timing of what will be the first abdication by a Japanese monarch in around two centuries. In 1992, he became the first Japanese monarch in living memory to visit China, where bitter memories of the war run deep.