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Donald Trump overrules Republicans, cuts deal with Democrats to raise debt ceiling

Washington: President Donald Trump quickly canceled Congressional Republicans and his own Treasury Secretary Wednesday to conclude an agreement with the Democrats to get the government to work and raise the ceiling on US debt.
The immediate goal was to earn money for hurricane relief, but in the process, the president overthrew the leaders of his own party.

Chuck and Nancy, “when she joined Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer and minority leader Nancy Pelosi as they pressed for the three-month deal,

Republican Party leaders and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin for a much longer extension of the debt limit. Republicans want a longer grant to avoid having another vote on the politically toxic issue before the 2018 parliamentary elections.

The session painted a vivid depiction of discord in the highest ranks of the Republican Party.

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Congress returned this week to show contempt for House and Senate leaders to dedicate their program to the law.

Initially, at the oval office meeting on Wednesday, Republicans pressed for an extension of the 18-month debt ceiling, then 12 months and six, but Trump shook them.

While Mnuchin continued to press an economic argument for a long-term deal, Trump tired him and cut him off in the middle of the sentence.

Donald Trump met with Mitch McConnell, Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi. APDonald Trump met with Mitch McConnell, Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi.
At another time, the meeting lost all importance when Ivanka Trump came to raise an issue unrelated to tax credits for child care.
The details of the meeting were reported by several people who were informed about procedures that were only anonymous because they were not allowed to speak publicly.

A photo taken through the oval window of the office showed an animated Schumer pointing his finger at Trump’s face as the President smiled with his hands in the arms of his New York colleague.

After the meeting, Trump headed to North Dakota with Democratic Senator Heidi Heitkamp in an attempt to provide bipartisan support for fiscal legislation, according to which Capitol Republican leaders create a purely partisan approach.

This continued on the day of bizarre disconnections between the president and his party leaders.

Trump called Heitkamp onstage at his Dakota event and praised her as a “good woman.”
“She’s running for re-election against the Republicans in November 2018.
Heitkamp then issued a statement saying that she needed to know more about Trump’s tax system before offering support.

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