Negotiations between representatives of US President Donald trump with the leaders of the US Democratic party will continue on Sunday.
The leaders of the Democratic majority in the House of representatives of the U.S. Congress and officials of the Administration of U.S. President Donald trump on Saturday failed to reach agreement on the resumption of the work of the U.S. government in full. The Vice-President of the United States Mike Pence said on Twitter.
“Held a productive discussion with congressional leaders at the White house. The Minister of internal security of the United States Kirsten Nielsen conducted a comprehensive presentation about the crisis at the southern border of the country. We once again stressed the willingness of the President of the United States to ensure border security, to build Moore at the border to protect Americans and to resume the work of the government. We will continue the discussion tomorrow,” said Pence.
Discontinuance of the U.S. government has continued for 2 weeks and touched hundreds of thousands of American public servants. Some of them are on unpaid leave, others are working without any guarantee of wages for time worked, and the like.
Media reported that the government shutdown may relate to the Tax the United States during the season of taxes that is coming. This may affect the majority of American citizens because a significant portion of Americans rely on payments from tax for overpaid taxes, that is for a refund based on salary automatically. USA tax returns to citizens of a part of paid taxes based on their tax returns the deadline which is April 15.
Trump demands from the house of representatives, where the Democratic party has a majority, to agree on the allocation of $ 5 billion for the construction of a wall along the border with Mexico. As pointed out by the President of the United States, the wall must prevent the penetration in the U.S. of illegal immigrants, crime, drugs, etc. the Democrats in the House of representatives rejected the demands of the trump. The Republican majority in the Senate is still on the side of trump.
Previously, trump has declared its readiness to ensure that the partial government shutdown will last for months. The leader of the Democrats in the House of representatives Nancy Pelosi called the idea of building a wall “immoral”.
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