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Trump ‘at this moment’ opposes deal to avert shutdown, wants more border funding

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11 minutes ago, osxmatt said:

 

 

4 minutes ago, Jwheel86 said:

National Emergency? If so is it to change the subject off Cohen and Buzzfeed or are Republican Senators privately starting to buckle?

 

 

Sounds like it. 

 

The way the Tweet focuses on "Humanitarian crisis" suggests that he is giving SCOTUS the pretense for upholding it because Trump is stating a plausibly justifiable motivation even if it is a laughably thin pretense as all his prior statements have proven.

 

Just like the Muslim ban(great precedent there, Kennedy:thumbup:)

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Apparently Pence, McConnell, and Kushner have made some deal. Notably absent are the Democrats who are needed to actually pass it.

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6 minutes ago, CitizenVectron said:

Apparently Pence, McConnell, and Kushner have made some deal. Notably absent are the Democrats who are needed to actually pass it.

 

Throw Donny Boy under the bus?

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12 minutes ago, CitizenVectron said:

Apparently Pence, McConnell, and Kushner have made some deal. Notably absent are the Democrats who are needed to actually pass it.

 

 

It is fucking uncanny how similar this is to the exact thing that is going on in the UK right now.

 

After her historical defeat this past week over her Brexit deal, supposedly May's plan B is to have them vote on the same plan again. As one pundit put it, her plan B is to scribble over the A on her deal and write a B :p

 

I am wondering if this will basically be an attempt at a reboot of the discussion with Trump trying to recapture the initiative by saying the Senate has reached a deal to reopen the government....with the same deal as before with 5 billion for the wall.

 

This may sound fucking stupid and pointless, but it's typical GOP rebranding without changing. It gives them a counter narrative to House Dems going out there and saying how many times they've voted to reopen the government.

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