Trump wants to stop the government shutdown

Daily Analysis - 02/01/2019

Trump wants to make a “Wall Deal”

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On Wednesday the US President Donald Trump summoned the head congressional officers of both parties. The Officers were invited to a briefing about perimeter protection. He proposed to “make a deal” to stop the government close down. That was a significant indication that there is a strong possibility for discussions to stop another government slowdown that stopped parts of the government to operate normally for more than 10 days. This offer reached the eight head officers from the two parties in the new House and Senate that will gather next Thursday.

But Democratic leaders have not given any indications that they’ll accept the invite. On Tuesday President Trump via a tweet said that he was offering "peace" to House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi. The president said on Twitter. “Border Security and the Wall “thing” and Shutdown is not where Nancy Pelosi wanted to start her tenure as Speaker! Let’s make a deal?”

Trump wants to make a “Wall Deal”


On Wednesday the US President Donald Trump summoned the head congressional officers of both parties. The Officers were invited to a briefing about perimeter protection. He proposed to “make a deal” to stop the government close down. That was a significant indication that there is a strong possibility for discussions to stop another government slowdown that stopped parts of the government to operate normally for more than 10 days. This offer reached the eight head officers from the two parties in the new House and Senate that will gather next Thursday.

But Democratic leaders have not given any indications that they’ll accept the invite. On Tuesday President Trump via a tweet said that he was offering "peace" to House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi. The president said on Twitter. “Border Security and the Wall “thing” and Shutdown is not where Nancy Pelosi wanted to start her tenure as Speaker! Let’s make a deal?”

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The Dow and the S&P 500 both dropped for the first time in more than 2 years. On Monday the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average moved down more than 6% percent and 5%, respectively, for 2018.

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