Trump and Pelosi not ideal duo for negotiating

With federal workers marching in the streets of Washington DC and Congressional Republicans becoming increasingly skittish, one way or another the government shutdown will end soon, certainly before Trump’s State of the Union address on January 29

13th January, 2019
Nancy Pelosi

After a month of brinkmanship that has painted both US president Donald Trump and Democratic leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer into their respective corners, what happens next?

With federal workers marching in the streets of Washington DC and Congressional Republicans becoming increasingly skittish, one way or another the government shutdown will end soon, certainly before Trump’s State of the Union address on January 29.

In the absence of a compromise, there are few...

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