Donald Trump says workers who do not receive salaries due to government closure need to "make adjustments"
The government of Donald Trump sues federal officials because the continuation of government shutdown continued to destroy the entire country, leading to the closure of the large international airport terminal.
The lawsuit was filed because hundreds of thousands of workers continued to go without pay, and a partial closure entered its 24th day, making it the longest in history.
Employees at US Customs and Border Protection, Prison Institutes, and the Federal Aviation Administration have already filed lawsuits, but the new case now calls for Amendment 13, which abolished slavery and forced slavery.
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2019-01-14T14: 42: 38.373Z
"I actually want to see how this wall is built," Johnson said. "I want to keep the pressure on democrats to come to the negotiating table in good faith and fund what they have backed up in the past."
2019-01-14T14: 17: 52.560Z
Senator Chris Coons reiterated calls by a fellow Democrat to Donald Trump once again open the cabinet while wall-to-wall negotiations and larger immigration issues continue.
He acknowledged the efforts of High Republican Lindsey Graham to create a temporary solution, but said that Mr. Trump was unpredictable even among his conservative colleagues and he constantly changed positions.
"Every time they progress, the president throws cold water on it," Mr. Coons told CNN in an interview.
2019-01-14T12: 37: 28.890Z
Trump claims that the fall in energy prices is proof that he has never been a Russian agent
independentDonald Trump has argued that US energy prices are a proof that he has never been a secret Russian agent. "Gas prices in the US fall due to President Trump deregulating energy and now we produce much more oil than ever before," wrote Mr. Trump on Twitter.
2019-01-14T12: 36: 46.820Z
Mrs Graham said,
Before withdrawing the legal option, and I think we have almost come, I would encourage him to open the government for a short time, like three weeks before pulling the plug, see if we can get an agreement.If we can not finish at the end of three weeks, all bets are turned off.
See if he can do it alone through extraordinary powers. That's my recommendation
2019-01-14T12: 36: 12.146Z
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham encourages Mr. Trump to reopen the government for several weeks to resume negotiations with democrats across the border wall.
If there is no agreement at the end of that time, Mrs Graham says that Mr Trump could take the more dramatic step of proclaiming an extraordinary state of affairs in the country to build it.
2019-01-14T12: 18: 26.000Z
Donald Trump used the article of a conservative commentator who described him as "a lover of Hitler" who "does not like blacks" to justify his boundary wall.
The US president approved a citation of opinion in which Pat Buchanan warned of "multicultural, multicultural, multicultural, multilingual America".
2019-01-14T12: 14: 26.000Z
According to a new poll, more than half of Americans now say that Donald Trump and Republicans are responsible for closing.
Fifty-three percent of the public blamed the White House and Mr Trumpa's closing party, according to Washington PostThe survey – ABC News released on Sunday,
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Four prosecutors, three of them working for Justice, Agriculture and Traffic, and one Air Traffic Controller, claimed that Mr Trump had broken a law Washington Post.
They argue that, despite being out of payment, they must either register for work or face a threat of losing their job-what is the situation they believe is violating the 13th Amendment.
It is estimated that around 800,000 federal workers across the country are not paid for their work, and government ministries do not have enough resources and do not have enough staff.
Meanwhile, the closure caused the closure of the terminal at George Bush International Airport in Houston due to the lack of security workers.
In a statement, the airport announced that Terminal B was closed due to "personnel problems" and it was unclear when the terminal would reopen.
Trump has threatened to declare an extraordinary situation in order to circumvent the congress and force itself through the spending spell at the heart of the dispute, which includes $ 5.7 billion to fund its controversial barrier against the Democrats.
However, on Friday he said he would not immediately announce the emergency situation.