Pelosi was asked about the potential for President Trump to hold his position on the border wall funding past January when Democrats take control of the House. The president demanded border wall funding - and said he's not afraid the shut down the government over it.
Schumer also called Trump's remarks "astounding" and accused him of holding the government "hostage" over the border wall and his advisers of keeping him in a "cocoon" of false information.
Pelosi added that come December 21, if Trump went through with his threat she would call it a "Trump shutdown". The House majority leader noted that Senate Democrats have pledged to block the bill from receiving the necessary 60 votes. "Maybe the president doesn't grasp that, but that is very harmful to our country".
The agreement, to be ratified by the House Democrats on February 15, also proposes term limits on Minority Whip Steny Hoyer, D-Md., who is 79 and Assistant Minority Leader James Clyburn, D-S.C., who is 78. We can do an nearly flawless job if we have the wall and proper border security, and that's what we're going to do for the American people.
"This Trump shutdown, this temper tantrum that he seems to throw, will not get him his wall and will hurt a lot of people", said Mr Schumer.
"If we don't get what we want one way or the other. I don't know why we don't just proceed to keep the government open, so people can be home for the holidays", she said. The plan Pelosi and Schumer presented to the president didn't include the $5 billion Trump has requested.
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Washington has been paralyzed by political gridlock for most of Trump's two years in office and the partisan divide is set to intensify in January when Democrats take over the majority in the lower house of Congress. The party secured control of the House for the first time in eight years during last month's midterm elections, picking up at least 40 seats.
"Today, Nancy Pelosi acquitted herself in a way that should put to rest any argument about whether she's up to that task", he said, alongside a chyron reading "Like a Boss" and a picture of Pelosi smiling in a pair of sunglasses.
In a November 28 meeting, Moulton, Rice and Ryan and Pelosi failed to reach an agreement because they said the minority leader did not produce a transition plan for "a new generation of leadership" to take over in the future. "He said, 'They're paying for the wall with the money we're gonna make over the newly revised USMCA, ' formerly known as NAFTA, whatever it is, formerly known as NAFTA". "We have to get TOUGHER AND SMARTER than ever before, and we will. Need the WALL, need the BAN!"
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Game of Thrones season 8 teaser
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