White House pushing Congress to help Trump tick off major campaign promise with bill to keep government open
Less than a week before the federal government is scheduled to shut down absent a funding bill, the White House’s battle lines remain fuzzy.
President Donald Trump will look to avoid a government shutdown as he heads into the final week of the first 100 days of his administration. Mr. Trump will sit down with “Face the Nation” anchor John Dickerson to talk about the 100 day milestone. Errol Barnett has more.
As a government shutdown looms, President Trump is fighting for Congress to include funding for a border wall
Congress returns to Washington this week to take on the now-familiar task of passing an 11th-hour spending bill to avert a government shutdown, with President Trump’s promised border wall emerging this time as the big sticking point between Democrats and Republicans.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Sunday he does not expect the Mexican government to outright pay for President Donald Trump’s border wall, but there are a number of ways to extract the billions of dollars needed to build it.
A record number of Americans now say that the government should do more — not less — in order to solve the nation’s problems.