POLL: Do you support Trump’s decision to walk out on Pelosi?
President Trump cut a meeting with congressional leaders short on Wednesday, when House Speaker Nancy Pelosi again refused to provide any funding for a physical barrier on the border.
After coming into the meeting and passing out candy, President Trump told Pelosi they had nothing else to discuss and walked out when she refused to budge on the wall.
Instead, Pelosi wants to pass four separate funding bills to re-open the government, which President Trump said he will veto without border security funding.
Meanwhile, the “partial” government shutdown is making an impact. Wednesday, FDA officials warned that the shutdown has now halted most food inspections.
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